The Air Terminal Services issue attracted a massive following locally and abroad since it erupted on December 16 last year, until workers returned to work on Monday.
We have heard of people stealing chickens, pigs, goats and cows which were killed and ended up as a private feast in the bushes.
I believe a lot of areas in Nasinu should organise their youths in picking rubbish in their areas once a week and do not leave to the municipal council to do all the job for them.
We all need to understand that there is no such thing as a perfect government.
EVERY day disturbing stories and pictures on children struggling to find decent learning facilities emerge.
I wish to thank The Fiji Times for bringing to light struggles faced by Fijian students in rural areas where children swim to school, or walk on dangerous crossings to reach school.
Both our Kings and Queens highways have been dramatically upgraded within the past five years.
It is encouraging to read the Assistant Commissioner of Police Rusiate Tudravu's no nonsense stance in the police war against drugs which includes marijuana (FT 22/1).
Police are the new champions of the Coral Coast 7s.
The first semester of 2018 will commence in a week or two as universities, colleges and institutes prepare for yet another challenging and exciting academic year.
All Fijians are shareholders and stakeholders in our Fijian people's government.
Imagine if the media worked with the Government and the Government worked with the media to not only highlight issues that affect our people — but provide solutions so that the people of Fiji benefited and prospered?
Our government has done so much for the poor, needy people and school kids. Facebook was introduced for a good purpose.
In the past three years I haven't seen any government MP coming to Delainavesi to explain policies and performance, let alone future plans.
Allow me to thank your paper, the "people say" paper for highlighting the plight of the villagers of Toga, Vunadrovu and Raiwaqa regarding problems faced by their children when travelling to school daily.
I FEEL compelled to respond to two letters that appeared in this column on FT 21/01.
THE Employment Relations Tribunal has made no bones about the importance of its ruling on Saturday in Nadi in the case of the Air Terminal Services workers.
SO not having disposable cards on buses and not being able those who are able to get their card on time simply means people are disorganised.
ISA, I was so glad to know (FT 20/1) that some people's prime minister is geting paid for one portfolio.
E-TICKETING is good and fast enough for me to get from point A to point B.
THE legend, Waisale Serevi, has given his unwavering support to the ATS workers.
IN reference to the sports report by Moiz Munif in Friday's The Fiji Times, I was surprised to read that Ba filed a protest against Nadi after they lost their first premier league match of the season. Now when teams can't win on the playing field they want to win on paper.
ON pages 16 and 17, where we have for the past few years been carrying articles, recipes and food pictures, we have today an option people are aware of. However, being aware of something does not necessarily mean action will be taken in regards to it.