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Letters To The Editor, March 2nd 2018

Roads and footpaths Phillip Isaac , Nausori A big thank you to the Fiji Roads Authority for the road upgrades. Just a concern that’s being bugging me for so long
02 Mar 2018 14:18
Letters To The Editor, March 2nd 2018

Roads and footpaths

Phillip Isaac , Nausori

A big thank you to the Fiji Roads Authority for the road upgrades. Just a concern that’s being bugging me for so long now.

We notice a few months after the roads and footpaths are constructed or upgraded, either FEA, WAF or TFL dig up the road or footpath to put in pipes and wirings.

Once this is completed the patches are uneven hence causing more traffic jams. They are also an eyesore.

Some vehicle owners will agree with me on this unless you’re driving for someone else.

Please, can we have all respective stakeholders working together before a road is tarsealed and fa ootpath is completed.

7s is back

Tomasi Boginiso , Nasinu

If you are still planning on what you will be doing this weekend, stay glued to your TVs because the USA 7s will be the only thing to watch.

This leg will be known as the battle of the standings.

South Africa will want to remain on the top, the top other teams will also want to be up there, especially Fiji, but it will only be proven on the field.

Whatever happens folks this is it.

Stock up your yaqona, chaser and wash down because nothing else will be open at the wee hours of the morning.

Whatever you will be doing, your neighbours would probably be doing the same. So let’s get behind our team and cheer on ‘Go Fiji Go’.

Who am I?

Hassan Ali, Lautoka

If you ask someone which religion he or she belongs to, he or she will say I am a Christian or a Hindu or a Muslim, and so on.

I wonder if this is correct. We are also very divided if we say I am this or that or the other.

The only religion, if it can be called religion, is humanity, with humane qualities, for religion without humanity is devoid of good harmonious and peaceful living.

When we think we are human beings, we have something in common.

Humanity also implies living a life of perfection – perfect health, fullness of wisdom with total knowledge, happiness and peace – all possible now in this modern age.

Local Govt Act

Sukha Singh, Labasa

Could Parveen Bala, the minister responsible for the review of the Town Council Acts, let me know why it has taken so long to do it.

Could you also tell us if the 37 per cent increase in Labasa Town rates will ever be reviewed?

When we had our elected councillors they never subjected us to such an increase.

Could the honourable minister also confirm if the new Labasa fish market and new grog hall cost $100,000?

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