Between the Lines

BTL: April 15, 2019

There is a new trend on our road these days. Vehicle owners tilt up their vehicle registration plates to avoid it being captured by the cameras while speeding.
15 Apr 2019 12:24
BTL: April 15, 2019

SODELPA ROW

A flurry of email exchanges has highlighted the mess that SODELPA is entangled in.
It reveals that:
The parliamentary caucus is concerned with Opposition Whip Lynda Tabuya’s conduct and performance. Whether it includes her dress standard is not known.
MP Mosese Bulitavu has been labelled a bully strategist by Hot Bread Kitchen owner Mere Samisoni in a series of heated exchanges
Mr Bulitavu has taken the mantle of party spokesperson. He has been responding to party critics.
Mr Bulitavu had told Ms Samisoni that she could air her grievances about her loss in the last general election in a proper retreat not in emails copied to Members of Parliament.
Ms Samisoni has warned that if the retreat to post mortem for the election is not held and the AGM is not shifted from Savusavu to Suva then “we will see you”.
Mr Bulitavu has declared that Opposition leader Sitiveni Rabuka is the best Party leader.
More dirt is expected to come out in the days ahead. Keep reading the Fiji Sun.

FLESH TRADE?
Rewa Street in Suva is fast becoming infamous for some night activities. BTL was told of some flash cars stopping at areas for some flesh trade?
The bus shelters near Howell Road and at the entrance near the walkway to a high school near Samabula are where these men and women ply their trade, regarded the as oldest profession in the world. Obviously they know there is a demand.

BARTER SYSTEM IN SCHOOL
Some students have raised concerns that an assistant head of school is engaged in a barter system of sorts, give him live chicken and you get boots to wear in their tech workshop. If this is indeed happening, it should well and truly stop.

NEW ROAD TREND
There is a new trend on our road these days. Vehicle owners tilt up their vehicle registration plates to avoid it being captured by the cameras while speeding.

VOTE THIEVES?
A politician and a former Member of Parliament still cannot accept the fact that she did not win a seat in Parliament after the 2018 General Election.
She is putting the blame on two of her colleagues for winning away her votes from around the area where she lives.
Politicians seriously need to accept the result and move on

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