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Letters To The Editor, March 3rd 2018

Applaud our rescue team Amenatave Yaconisau , Delainavesi I applaud the courageous action of the recovery team involved in the retrieving of the bodies of Merelesita Lutu and Iliesa Tawalo
03 Mar 2018 15:26
Letters To The Editor, March 3rd 2018
Sitiveni Rabuka

Applaud our rescue team

Amenatave Yaconisau , Delainavesi

I applaud the courageous action of the recovery team involved in the retrieving of the bodies of Merelesita Lutu and Iliesa Tawalo who unfortunately died in the crash (Cessna 172 aircraft) over the Delaikoro Mountain ranges in Macuata.

Despite the risks and poor visibility they were undaunted. My commiserations!

Election warning

Josua Tubu Uluiviti , Suva

Fiji voters, please be warned that internal bickering within SODELPA Party would definitely continue even after the General Election.

So please, vote a Party with a proven quality leadership record. Thanks and regards.

Cordless phones

Reetesh Singh , Lautoka

Regarding the ban on the importation and use of Cordless phones in our country as it interferes with the 3G network, I agree on this and what I am concerned about is that a couple of years ago, our company purchased 2 Cordless Phones from Telecom Fiji Limited (TFL) Phone Shop based in Lautoka.

Now we have to return this and we are not to be refunded.

On Thursday I went to the TFL Phone Shop in Lautoka to have a discussion on this matter.

What I was told by the Customer Service Officer is that we will not be issued with any other phone free as this matter is from the Telecommunication Authority of Fiji but you may purchase another phone at the price of $39.

Is this justified?

Doing good

Spencer Robinson , Suva

Someone once said ‘we are not here in this world to belittle one another but to help and support each other.’

Come to think of it, what do we gain from gossiping, putting other people down and up to the point where we make other people’s lives miserable?

There is no value in doing ‘bad’ to other people.

A former lecturer who taught me at an Agriculture College used to share during class that all of us are ‘not good or bad’ but rather we are ‘good and bad.’

This means we all have our strengths and weaknesses.

We are not perfect human beings instead we are diverse and unique in our own right.

In this day and age we are sometimes recognised by our failures and weaknesses instead of being appreciated for the good we do.

So whether it is at home, school or work we must ‘think before we speak’ and be reminded that before passing remarks or judging other people, we must look at ourselves first at where we stand.

Let us continue to do well to others despite receiving the ‘opposite’ as the return of this investment would be unimaginable and worth the sacrifice.

Let our success do the ‘screaming’ as we continue to work hard in silence in making a difference in how we look and treat people around us.

Finally, Shari Arison once said: “Doing Good is a simple and universal vision.

“A vision to which each and every one of us can connect and contribute to its realisation.

“A vision based on the belief that by doing good deeds, positive thinking and affirmative choice of words, feelings and actions, we can enhance goodness in the world.”

Rabuka’s behaviour

Simon Hazelman , Savusavu

It is evident that Sitiveni Rabuka has become rather contradictory in his behaviour.

One wonders if age and gravity is catching up with him.

It sure explains why he has recruited the services of a younger and brighter Tabuya!

The duo are causing a stir within, and outside of SODELPA as a whole!

It is sure interesting to see the dynamics at play here.

Tabuya’s political career has ages to go and no gravity to be concerned about. She has positioned herself for the future!

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