Coconut Wireless

Police Act! Khalsa Happy

There is a sense of relief among the residents of Khalsa Road near Tacirua Heights, between Suva and Nausori, that the exhibitionist who has been harassing them is gone. A
20 Jul 2015 11:05
Police Act! Khalsa Happy

There is a sense of relief among the residents of Khalsa Road near Tacirua Heights, between Suva and Nausori, that the exhibitionist who has been harassing them is gone.

A team of Police detectives picked him up and took him into custody after they read in Coconut Wireless about his activities.

The residents called Mickey Bird and thanked him for alerting the Police.

 

Family thankful to the Fiji Sun

Talking about thankful, the parents of the rape ordeal survivor are happy and thankful to this newspaper for the role played in assisting the little girl to move on.

And this while the NGOs were still busy getting their press releases ready.

 

Counsel for the Times

Not surprising to see a partner in the law firm which represents the Fiji Times having a go at our Nemani Delaibatiki on social media.

Funny how he was so selective with what he put up. But he would be, wouldn’t he.

 

Looking at the law

Is it true a senior Police officer was investigated over a sexual incident allegation? Is it true a decision was made that there was not evidence to substantiate the allegation?

 

Unhappy Narsey

Oh dear, Wadan Narsey – academic and former NFP politician – is annoyed that NFP leader Biman Prasad, is not called Honourable everything under the sun by this newspaper.

Boy, am glad we don’t live to please Mr Narsey.

Feedback: jyotip@fijisun.com.fj

 


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