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Wrong Connection

A seemingly well-connected Asian businessperson based in New Zealand had partnered with a group in Fiji to invest. Mickey Bird has been reliably informed that the group had paid individual
15 May 2015 09:30
Wrong Connection

A seemingly well-connected Asian businessperson based in New Zealand had partnered with a group in Fiji to invest.

Mickey Bird has been reliably informed that the group had paid individual shares. Likewise the Asian businessperson.

However, when they established that the Asian partner was linked to criminal elements they withdrew their shares. Someone withdrew his.

Hot spot

A house under construction just past the church at Cunningham Stage 1 is built just under power transmission lines.

Mickey Bird wonders who gave the authority to the houseowner.

Religious Freedom

There are many religious groups in Fiji.

And the Constitution gives the right to Fijians to join any religious group they want.

In the 98 villages in the province of Ra, one small one has five different religious groups present.

Outsider ‘rebel’

Mickey Bird has been reliably informed that the one who raised the so-called Christian state flag at Rakiraki was an outsider.

The three-member group approached a chief to support them and were chased away.

Cheating type

A minibus travelling from Nausori to Suva on Wednesday was using an emergency signal for other vehicles to give way.

Mickey Bird was on a bus that gave way only to find the minibus parked at a bus stop in Samabula to drop passengers.

Feedback:  maikab@fijisun.com.fj

 




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