Sometimes the human spirit can make people do amazing things.
The Men in Black left our shores beaming with confidence as they prepare to face giants Wellington City, minnows Puaikura and New Caledonian heavyweights Hienghene.
I believe I had raised this issue several times last year and again this year about the Cunningham Rd and how cars zoom up and down as if on the highway.
AS a concerned citizen, I urge the police force and neighbourhood watch zone members in Field 40 to have constant patrols at night to help reduce robberies which I believe only happen at night.
I just want to say I believe we will never stop corruption, nor will we stop drink driving.
I agree with Vodafone Fiji 7s trainer Nacani Cawanibuka that the next leg of the World Rugby Sevens Series will be crucial.
Articles in our dailies bring back sadness from the devastating memories of Severe TC Winston's destructive force that destroyed the lives of many unsuspecting Fijians.
I BELIEVE when the Navua Rural Local Authority commenced the system to collect garbage, they laid down scheduled days to collect garbage in Navua areas.
Luke Rawalai's efforts in writing a piece titled Struggle to school in The Fiji Times (20/02, page 4) did not go unnoticed.
AS a concerned citizen, I urge the Fiji Roads Authority to install a footpath along the road at Field 40 because they are becoming busy every day.
WE continue to witness the lacklustre affair of Fiji soccer.
I suggest we have a performance tracker appraisal here at home to monitor each player on and off the field.
If you fall within the Gen-Y era, I certainly hope you have given some thought on how you would raise your own children in this day and age. So much has changed since our childhood.
National rugby sevens team fitness trainer Nacani Cawanibuka made an important point last week about discipline.
As a concerned citizen and a spectator of recent hostile weather looming over Fiji, I have observed people disregarding precautionary measures and safety warnings.
I do concur and totally agree with the analysis and assessment of USP School of Economics senior lecturer Dr Neelesh Gounder that nothing has changed much in terms of the popularity of the FijiFirst party and Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama throughout our country, according to the Tebbutt-Times poll conducted two weeks back, since the last election.
I see that the FRA has started work on the sealing of the Koronivia Rd.
Some schools are being told to guide and take initiative towards slow readers.
Visiting the West the other day made me wonder how the people of Nadi are coping every time there is a heavy rain as the flooding waterline could be clearly visible on the river bank, on doorsteps on several homes and the farms.
Chicken, the most eaten meat in Fiji, when asking neighbours, friends, and other relatives, the most common answer I get is chicken, cooked in various ways and methods, from the iTaukei people cooking it in coconut milk, roast and the Fijians of Indian descent making chicken curry and many ways.
It is difficult to comprehend how tough it was for thousands of people who were in the path of Severe Tropical Cyclone Winston to stay calm at the height of the killer storm on this month last year.