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Between The Lines (06/11/2019)

WRONG TIME It may be a sign of old age. The historical clock with four faces, standing as the Government Buildings icon built in the 1930s by the British colonialists,
06 Nov 2019 10:58
Between The Lines (06/11/2019)

WRONG TIME

It may be a sign of old age.

The historical clock with four faces, standing as the Government Buildings icon built in the 1930s by the British colonialists, in Suva, needs a health check and immediate repair.

The four faces are not chiming as one, showing different times. In May this year they had the same problem.

Because it is steeped in history, many people take time to look at it even though the four faces show different times.

Maybe it’s time to call back Keith Youngs, from the United Kingdom, who had repaired it in the past.

The clock at Government Building shows different time on each clock. Photo: Ronald Kumar.

The clock at Government Building shows different time on each clock. Photo: Ronald Kumar.

WANTED LIST SHRINKS

The number of people wanted for various crimes on the Police Crime Stoppers Wanted List is shrinking.

There were 129 people wanted by the Fiji Police Force on the list published in the Fiji Sun on Monday.

It’s down by five compared to 134 people the previous week. They may have been caught and are facing court.

Out of the 129, three are wanted for for alleged murder and 15 are wanted alleged illicit drug offences.

The serious crime statistics are still alarming.

Feedback: nemani.delaibatiki@fijisun.com.fj

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