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Clean Up Amol Kumar, Lautoka The clean-up in Lautoka was supposed to be conducted last weekend according to the flyers distributed by Lautoka City Council. It just shows that Lautoka
15 Oct 2019 14:58
Letters To The Editor

Clean Up

Amol Kumar, Lautoka

The clean-up in Lautoka was supposed to be conducted last weekend according to the flyers distributed by Lautoka City Council. It just shows that Lautoka City Council cannot do work on time.

Almost half of the city area has not been cleaned yet and some people have started to burn the decaying rubbish.

Can the new special administration team please get outside contractors to clean up. These LCC workers remind me of the old PWD workers.

Brave Blossoms

Simon Hazelman, Savusavu

After defeating the Flying Fijians (34-21), the Tongan Ikale Tahi (41-7), the American Eagles (34-20), and winning the 2019 Pacific Nations Cup, one sensed something special was to follow leading towards the Rugby World Cup.

The Brave Blossoms looked faster, sharper and more inventive throughout the Pacific Nations Cup and throughout their Pool-A matches in the World Cup. A scintillating display of attacking rugby.

What an amazing achievement so far. They toppled Russia (30-10), world No.2 ranked, Ireland (19-12), Samoa (38-19), and Scotland (28-21) to top Pool-A with 19 points, 1 point from the maximum of 20 points.

The Brave Blossoms gave 150 per cent effort, showed resilience, confidence, belief, and trust in each other, to make it this far into the 2019 World Cup.

South Africa beckons an enticing quarterfinal for the host nation. Beat the Springboks like they did in 2015, and they face either Wales or France in the Semifinals. Win that match and they will achieve the impossible in hosting the finals with either England, Ireland, Australia, or most likely the mighty All Blacks.

They and their passionate 127 million citizens have showed the world that it can be done. Whatever the outcome, the brave Blossoms, are as tough and hearty as they come.

Stand up and admire what it takes!

Plastic ban

Kirti Patel, Lautoka

The turtle consumed pieces of plastic bag and was found ashore dead. There are many sea creatures who go through the same thing. Poor innocent creatures who pay because of our mistake.

Other plastics are found floating either in drains, creeks or open seas. Till we have a complete ban in plastics, such scenarios will keep popping up.

Fijiana

Wise Muavono, Lautoka

Was it merely a pleasure trip for our Fijiana team who recently took part in the Women’s Sevens Series in Glendale ?

Bonus payment

Sukha Singh, Labasa

How can EFL pay its workers $1.9m bonus and still want a tariff increase? I would like the FCCC to re look into the tariff increase it granted the EFL .

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