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Letters: 26th June, 2019

To become the tallest building in the Pacific, millions of dollars spent already to get to this stage and the investor of this project is happy to reach the final stages, but only to have a stop order issued for the WG building in Suva.
26 Jun 2019 17:10
Letters: 26th June, 2019

Road fatalities

Ronnie Chang, Nadi

Why, oh why, in spite of all warnings, statistics and appeals, our road death toll mounts, ever so steadily?

Speeding and dangerous driving continue unabated? Again, why? Obviously, the alarming messages are just not “getting through.”

Arrogance, is definitely taking its stand.

Too many “numb skulls?”

With almost 48 years of driving experience, I must now conclude, the time is now right for both the Land Transport Authority and Fiji Police Force, to carry out timely networking and proceed to very early beginnings of every driver.

Driving school! What really happens from issuance of Learner’s Permit, sitting driving lessons (both theory and practical), to passing both; issuance of driver’s licence and closely monitoring Provisional Plate for the specified duration.

Something is definitely and seriously wrong with so many repeat offending drivers.

The system is just not working.

Generally, most repeat offending drivers are younger ones, below 40 years of age.

There are some who are better, law abiding drivers.

Again, respectfully, broadly thinking well outside the box, here’s a radical suggestion, many will disagree, LTA run driving schools, themselves.

All hell will break lose with this suggestion, offered freely, out of greatest concern, to ease road death stats, speeding and dangerous driving.

Stop order

Tomasi Boginiso, Nasinu

To become the tallest building in the Pacific, millions of dollars spent already to get to this stage and the investor of this project is happy to reach the final stages, but only to have a stop order issued for the WG building in Suva.

All the issues raised should have been looked at from the very beginning of the agreement. Why weren’t stop orders issued when the foundation was under construction?

These stop orders drive investors away from our country and will make them think twice about investing here.

Why don’t all the stakeholders get together, solve the problem and get on with completing the construction?

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