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Letters To The Editor 1st November 2016

Technology access Joan McGoon, Nadi Most medical personnel in public urban centres are quite helpful and not to mention, quick and efficient in their service delivery. Their work would be
01 Nov 2016 11:00
Letters To The Editor 1st November 2016

Technology access

Joan McGoon,

Nadi

Most medical personnel in public urban centres are quite helpful and not to mention, quick and efficient in their service delivery. Their work would be greatly aided with the use of technology such as computers and telephones.

Only doctors seem to have access to these it, whereas nurses still have to write everything down and the ‘lines’ grow longer.

Any chance they can be aided?

 

 

Road accidents

Ronnie Chang,

Nadi

Two accidents, on Western Division roads, namely in Nanuku in Rakiraki and Sabeto near Nadi are again needless statistics.

I am again of the serious and worrying view there are far too many irresponsible and arrogant drivers who do not deserve to be driving on our roads.

More than enough has been said by all authorities concerned.

Nothing more should be said.

Far too much valuable time is taken by hard working Courts which are already overburdened by huge volumes of work.

Stupid traffic accidents must be dealt with immediate and professional promness.

Laws, where needed, must be amended to facilitate swift justice.

On the spot fines and penalties must become the new “order of the day” and made irrevocable.

Sadly, a young mother and daughter have lost their lives so very unnecessarily.

Sadly, their loved ones are left to mourn this needless grief, pain, suffering and grossly unbearable loss.

We pray our Heavenly Father rest their souls.

We also remember their families in their time of much sadness.

All careless drivers must have immediate suspensions of their driver’s license plus hefty fines that hurt their pockets badly. There is no politer way to express my repeated concerns and anger.

Our Courts must not be burdened by such cases.

 

 

 

Diwali

Wise Muavono,

Lautoka

Is Diwali the festival of light or festival of noise ?

Feedback:  jyotip@fijisun.com.fj



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