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| Wednesday, December 27, 2017
Sevens

reality

It's very dishonest and indeed disheartening if we say "it's in our blood" and "it's our game" when we rarely have a victory.

Especially from a captain! Be truthful and no business gimmicks.

Amenatave Yaconisau

Palm Drive, Delainavesi

Day

after

After Christmas Day and Boxing Day and all the leftover food is gone, many people will be a little bit heavier and wider and lighter in the wallet region.

Allen Lockington

Kava Place, Waiyavi, Lautoka

Unemployment

factor

Seems Simon Hazelman does acknowledge the number of families suffering because of unemployment in Fiji (25/12/17) but questions trade unionists instead of Government.

Dan Urai

Lautoka

Police

service

I went to report about a matter on Boxing Day at Lautoka Police Station.

It was good to see that our police officers in Lautoka have good customer service.

It was nice to see police officers are now more caring in their service delivery.

Narayan Reddy

Lautoka

Squatter

settlements

I heard that some "poor" people living in the above settlements actually own executive vehicles and executive houses.

Not one but three plus in some cases.

Is this true? Are they paying taxes?

We are making our own country and its people poor.

What are we up to and where are we heading?

A. SHARIFF SHAH

Savusavu

Children

at work

ON Christmas Day before midday I found out that I was missing some hot chillies for my crab "miti".

So, I decided to take a walk to the Laqere makeshift markets.

There were only about five stalls open after passing the first one and looking into the next one I noticed kids at each stall, no adults or teens with them, just kids.

Their parents must be enjoying a beautiful lunch at home while the kids are in the market.

The last stall, I saw three kids passing a roll of cigarette and I couldn't believe it. What is happening? You can't be going to church and praising God and leaving the kids on their own.

Tomasi Boginiso

Nepani, Nasinu

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