Between the Lines

BTL: 12th May, 2019

BTL was sent photos of our Government Buildings clock not keeping the right time, once again. The photos show clearly two different times. Maybe one from each time zone?
12 May 2019 14:34
BTL: 12th May, 2019

Keeping the right time

BTL was sent photos of our Government Buildings clock not keeping the right time, once again. The photos show clearly two different times. Maybe one from each time zone?

New process

Mothers planning on delivering their babies in hospitals around the country need to be aware of some changes in processes.

Mothers will need to present their identification cards and birth certificates when making their bookings in hospitals. This has been done after some cases were noted where women had abandoned their children at birth after giving fake names during their bookings. This has been done so that those mothers can be tracked down faster.
Who is it?

A recent tragedy resulted in a young man losing his life in Fiji. While his funeral details have been put on the back burner for now, two women have come up – both claiming that he was their partner. BTL was left scratching her head, but we hope both women find the peace and solace they deserve in this hour of sorrow.
Controversial conversion?

It seems rugby fans watching the Skipper Cup match yesterday at Ratu Cakobau Park have raised eyebrows about a conversion.

In the last few seconds of the Rewa-Tailevu match, a conversion by Rewa was awarded by the sideline official, but many watching the game clearly saw that the rugby ball did not go between the uprights.

There was no time for the Tailevu team to protest because the referee had awarded the conversion as well. Regardless, they had won the match 25-21.

Feedback: selita.bolanavanua@fijisun.com.fj




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