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Letters: 24th June, 2019

Speaking of the dog traps which authorities are implementing after the unfortunate incident in Nadi, one hopes that parts of Toorak, Suva, are considered. There are good number of dogs around Augustus Street and Johnson Street.
24 Jun 2019 15:20
Letters: 24th June, 2019

Congrats Suva

Ronnie Chang, Nadi

Congratulations to the capital city side, Suva, for a successful defence of the Skipper Cup final 34-26 against Nadroga Stallions.

You are true provincial cup champions.

Celebrate!

Commisserations Nadroga. You lost to a better Suva side. Sadly, a couple of refereeing decisions and assistant referees’ oversight did not go your deserved way.

Thank you for a gutsy performance.

Thank you for an awesome, hard-fought, worthy challenge.

We wait another year, meanwhile.

That’s sports!

Money matters

Joe Smith, Pacific Harbour

Could the Fiji Revenue and Customs Service (FRCS) explain the money transmission policy on the amount different categories of passengers are permitted to take out of Fiji?

There are too many useless referrals and too much confusion, banks, Customs, RBF, FRCS, lawyers, accountants etc.

Dog Traps

Floyd Robinson, Suva

Speaking of the dog traps which authorities are implementing after the unfortunate incident in Nadi, one hopes that parts of Toorak, Suva, are considered.

There are good number of dogs around Augustus Street and Johnson Street.

These dogs are known to pounce on pedestrians.

A number of pedestrians, including children of at least two schools, are known to pass through parts of Toorak including the famous Amy Street.

In addition, these dogs are making their way to compounds and freely passing their droppings, which is rather an unpleasant surprise each morning.

A blessed week, but just be cautious when passing through parts of Toorak.

Productivity

Joan McGoon, Nadi

I refer to Nicolette Chambers’ article on 31.05 regarding the Standards of Productivity in Fiji and how Mr Parveen Bala attempts to lift these.

Quite a noble feat because industrious Fijians would, of course, cry “slave labour” if they weren’t being rightly treated with the right wages.

However, can companies afford to increase salaries even if productivity increased, what with all the red tape and dozens of imposed taxes?

Also, are there other issues affecting productivity levels such as age-old prejudices, demographics and the list is endless?

Quite a list to sift through Mr Bala.

Managing human resources is quite essential for productivity rates to soar and for Fijians to benefit from such.

Looks like the whip is cracking!

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