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| Wednesday, September 13, 2017
Traffic jam

I sign off work about 5.30pm, drive to Nabua to pick my toddler from her granny — takes about 1 hour 10 minutes — then I drive home to Namadi.

I reach home at or just before 7pm. I have tried all possible routes to beat the traffic.

Is there any route that someone can recommend that I can use to beat the Suva traffic?

Kelvin Anthony

Namadi Heights, Suva

Navua Hospital

ONE just can't help marvel at the New Navua Hospital with its new kitchen majestically overlooking all traffic, zooming past the Queens Rd, but I believe with no storage space for the dearly departed.

Dan Urai

Lautoka

Indoor facilities

I believe Lautoka will soon have indoor sports facilities.

So looks like more international sports will be held in the West soon.

Vinaka Lautoka City Council and the minister for Local Government.

I am sure you still got a lot to offer to the people of Lautoka.

Narayan Reddy

Lautoka

Right hand man

I hope our globe-trotting PM does not get too absorbed with this whole climate change fiasco and in the process overlooks to address some of the adverse issues sprouting in his own back yard.

Or perhaps, his right hand man can take care of things while the champion climate change advocate leads the charge during his next COP23 escapade to Montreal.

Nishant Singh

Lautoka

Meal allowance

NOW that the meal allowance for public servants has been increased by more than 100 per cent we hope similar adjustments will be also made for employees in the private sector.

Otherwise, the disparity will create double standards for our workers.

SELWA NANDAN

Lautoka

Loose screws

If your house has burglar bars and it's often left empty, check the screws. Thieves come in when it's empty, loosen the screws then come back another day and rob.

We often say, "man they were so fast".

After your house has been robbed. Well that's what I've been told.

So, do a check, you may just be surprised.

Allen Lockington

Kava Place, Waiyavi, Lautoka

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