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Putting Service To Work For Public

Those in the public/civil service who forgot why they were there in the first place and took their jobs for granted are in for a surprise. Their long tea breaks
13 Oct 2014 10:02
Putting Service To Work For Public

Those in the public/civil service who forgot why they were there in the first place and took their jobs for granted are in for a surprise.

Their long tea breaks and attitude will soon be a thing of the past as the Bainimarama Government hits the ground running.  Service delivery is a continuing message from the PM. A lot of focus is going to be put on those in the middle levels who still haven’t got the message.

And some still wonder why the PM brought in disciplined, well educated military people to get things moving at the top.

LANDING IN SPOTLIGHT

New Lands Minister Mereseini Vuniwaqa has already made it known she’s not impressed by some of the workings.

She certainly needs to pay a visit to the Lautoka office. Known for all the wrong reasons, this office sticks out like a sore thumb.

Try ringing their landline some day, especially Fridays. Whatever happened to pride in their work? Under Minister Vuniwaqa they are about to find out what service means.

ANOTHER ONE BITES THE DUST

Talking about pride, did a Fiji Labour Party candidate pay the price of hurting leader Mahendra Chaudhry’s pride? His apparent removal from the party is certainly indicative of this. Not the first to find out who really rules in Labour. So who is the real dictator in Fiji’s political scene?

TIME UP FOR ANTI BLOGS

Seems at least some of the anonymous anti-blog lot have realised they lost and moved on. The once prolific and often vicious coupfourandahalf has gone off-line.

Another of the more rabid ones continues. But this is run from faraway on the other side of the world. Reality obviously hasn’t reached there yet.

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