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between the lines: 14th November, 2018

‘Boss Lady’ sequel More information has emerged  about the “Boss Lady” in a financial institution. She started as a temporary worker. Soon after she joined the office she took overseas
14 Nov 2018 14:05
between the lines: 14th November, 2018

‘Boss Lady’ sequel

More information has emerged  about the “Boss Lady” in a financial institution. She started as a temporary worker. Soon after she joined the office she took overseas leave with the chap that has strong influence in the institution. Other workers rolled their eyes but could not do anything.  She rose through the ranks rapidly and it was not long before she became boss. Staff under her live in fear of being victimised if they speak out. BTL understands relevant authorities have looked at the operation of this institution on the issue of compliance.

Illegal fishers identified

If you are fishing illegally in the waters that traditionally belong to people of Namalata, Tailevu North, beware. The villagers have warned would-be offenders to stay out if they don’t have proper fishing licences.

This is after they caught six women  and one man from a nearby village. The iTaukei Namalata, Ratu Isaia Tuirakiwaimaro said the group had been warned not to fish there anymore.

Landowner sets example

A major landowner in Kalabu village between Suva and Nausori is setting an example to the other members of the mataqali by leasing a piece of the mataqali land.

He said more developments had been earmarked for their land and soon they could run out of space.

“We may be getting lease money but we also have to think of the future of our children. My children’s future is now secured in the land.”

While mataqali land is communally owned, he has jurisdiction over  his leased land.

“It gives me and my family a sense of security.”

Treasure trove of talents

Schools prizegiving ceremonies now covered extensively by the Fiji Sun have opened the lid to a treasure trove of talents. From kindergartens to secondary schools we hear tales of incredible achievements.

They are inspiring to say the least. If you want to be uplifted keep reading these positive stories in the Fiji Sun.

Feedback: maikab@fijisun.com.fj




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