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Letters: 18th June, 2019

This is not common and getting to hear this is very mysterious indeed. The matter is still under investigation and we hope some information can be revealed to allay the anxieties of our people and that of the tourists visiting our shores.
18 Jun 2019 14:07
Letters: 18th June, 2019

Thank you PM

Ronnie Chang, Nadi

The Prime Minister is hereby thanked with heartfelt appreciation for the swiftness in taking appropriate action to remove stray dogs, nationwide. This is in light of the sad case of little two-year old Amari Whippy.

This heart-breaking true life story of a little girl, emotionally and physically scarred for life is hard to comprehend. Amari was not safe, even in her home compound in Narewa, Nadi.

I pray some kind generous heart will step forward allowing Amari to seek corrective plastic surgery overseas for her bitten off ear.

Mr Bainimarama, thank you with all sincerity.

Vina du riki na Momo na Prime Minister.

Nadi Town Council with similar urgency must rise to the occasion to immediately lead the process to remove and appropriately euthanise such “harmful pests” from our neighbourhoods.

Any repetition cannot be tolerated.

Mystery illness, budget

Kirti Patel, Lautoka

Sadly, we have to use the word “mystery sickness” which claimed the life of the tourists Michelle and David Paul.

This is not common and getting to hear this is very mysterious indeed. The matter is still under investigation and we hope some information can be revealed to allay the anxieties of our people and that of the tourists visiting our shores.

Our prayers are with the family and we can understand David’s mum’s sentiments as she shares her last conversation with her son where he mentioned his wife’s death and that he was not too well himself.

Sad for a mother to hear such things, from the son who was on a distant shore. It is heartbreaking to know of her mentioning that “we are stuck in time and can’t seem to move forward.”

We hope God gives her and her family strength in this difficult time. Let’s hope for something to come which can give a clue to this mystery.

On the other hand, let’s touch a slight edge of the Budget where the plastic levy has been increased. I suggest to completely ban the plastic production if the purpose is to be fulfilled.

The supply and demand factor will always kick in. As long as the demand for plastic is there the supply will keep rolling. Completely eradicating the process is the only way to stop this issue. Increasing the fine will make no difference. The chain will keep rolling.

The plastic reaches from one household to another, one person to another, one place to another in different ways and so forth. It finds it’s way to the sea and rivers somehow.

Sensible people dispose of it well, yet it reaches the ocean. People in dire need will surely buy plastics for whatever purposes they need them for.

Ban it completely to avoid this hassle once and for all. We also hope that citizens dispose all the plastics including other rubbish properly. The change in mindset is all that is needed, but well if every mind did think alike, this world would be a different place today.

Finally, we thank our Prime Minister for his stern warning to the drug dealers. Let’s hope his words are heeded.

The increasing trend in drug dealing is worrying and anything that helps in its eradication is welcomed.
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