Between the Lines

BTL: 10th June, 2019

The shop assistant, the three girls and the security guard were all at fault – the shop assistant for not asking for their ID – the three girls for buying liquor when they are underage – and the security guard for not stopping them and checking their ID.
10 Jun 2019 13:51
BTL: 10th June, 2019

Coming to a head

It has been brewing for a while.

A dispute over cash between a group of landowners and an organisation in Labasa has apparently come to a stalemate.

And some heads are about to roll, BTL has been reliably informed.

From church to booze?

Three minors, dressed in their Sunday best, were spotted at a Labasa shop buying alcohol.

They had just come out of their church service.

As they were leaving the shop, they asked the security guard if he had a glass.

The girls looked confident and did not try to hide from the public.

But they caught the people’s attention because they were young.

Whoever served them should have asked for their ID or some kind of evidence to show they were not minors.

It appeared as if they were regular customers because of their confidence and their whole demeanour.

The shop assistant, the three girls and the security guard were all at fault – the shop assistant for not asking for their ID – the three girls for buying liquor when they are underage – and the security guard for not stopping them and checking their ID.

King tide?

This was spotted between Vatukarasa and Namada villages yesterday.

The popular break-spot had motorists stopping to inspect the sand washed up on to the road.

King tide? Rising sea level? or coastal soil erosion??

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