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Well, well we hear that some in SODELPA are not happy that dear old Mick does not always practice what he preaches on media relations. The marama, we are told,
19 Jul 2015 10:58
Mick Views

Well, well we hear that some in SODELPA are not happy that dear old Mick does not always practice what he preaches on media relations.

The marama, we are told, also copped criticism for her infamous comment to this newspaper.

 

Bumpy visit

The PM’s comments in Beijing about rights for Chinese airlines flying here brought to mind our recent posting on this.

This told how executives from a Chinese airline turned up and thought they could fly into discussions on landing here. But they had ignored processes and protocols.

Needless to say, their visit was a short and bumpy one.

 

Bumpy landing

That Fiji Airways flight into Sydney struck by lightning was not alone in running into bad weather down there.

Qantas sent emails apologising to passengers on one of its international flights into Sydney hit by the weather.

Seems the plane ran into severe turbulence as it turned for its final approach. It tilted and dropped before the pilots got everything back on the right path. Everyone was strapped in for the approach through the bad weather and there were no injuries.

 

Missed mail

Congratulations are in order. We hear the partner of a self-exiled former heir apparent has given birth to a pretty baby girl.

Sadly the elder offspring was apparently not informed. That’s according to a certain posting aimed at him on FB, the medium the self-exiled one most prefers.

 

Hunger strike

Mickey Bird has been hearing noise coming from the Corrections Centre in Korovou, Suva. Upon investigation, he has discovered that up to six Pakistanis in the remand centre are on hunger strike. They were picked up somewhere in Suva and taken there recently to await a background check by Immigration and Police.

The questions being asked are: How did they get into the country? What are they here for? If they were sponsored, who brought them here?

 

Exhibitionist visited

Police have visited the exhibitionist who has been exposing himself to women and children in Khalsa Road near Tacirua Heights.

They have told Mickey Bird that the chap is a mental case and he has been referred to the appropriate professionals.

Feedback: jyotip@fijisun.com.fj

 




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