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Between The Lines, December 8, 2018

UNSUNG HEROES When you are nicely tucked in on your bed at night, spare a thought for the hard-working staff at Fiji Maritime Surveil­lance Rescue Co-ordination Centre (FMSRCC) in Walu
08 Dec 2018 13:03
Between The Lines, December 8, 2018

UNSUNG HEROES

When you are nicely tucked in on your bed at night, spare a thought for the hard-working staff at Fiji Maritime Surveil­lance Rescue Co-ordination Centre (FMSRCC) in Walu Bay, Suva.

Their 24-hour work is so important that they help to ensure that those who run into trouble at sea, in the air and on land are rescued.

Many owe their lives to FMSRCC whose staff have to work graveyard shifts to en­sure that those in distress get help as soon as possible.

Right now, they must be involved in the search opera­tion for six missing in Yasawa waters.

While they work quietly at the centre, they are the un­sung heroes of the search and rescue operations.

 

WHAT HAPPENED?

What did really happen at the parliamentary workshop at the Warwick Resort that prompted a participant to post claims of unparliamentary conduct on social media?

 

EXPATRIATE LTA CHIEF?

If you are wondering when the Land Transport Author­ity will appoint its new chief executive officer, it could be soon.

And the new boss could be an expatriate.

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