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| Tuesday, January 2, 2018
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ATS situation

I strongly believe our Government will surely solve the situation at ATS.

Seeing that our Minister for Employment and Industrial Relations has been in contact with both the management and the workers it is not far for an amicable solution to be found. Godspeed.

Alex Waqalevu

Lautoka

Strike action

What's up with Felix Anthony?

He is trying to solve a problem with a problem.

I believe some people just cannot see beyond their noses.

A stupid reaction indeed.

Simon Hazelman

Savusavu

Decision time

Happy New Year 2018. The decisions we make today will determine the future we create tomorrow. Everything in life starts with a decision so choose well and choose right. Bon voyage!

M. S. Kaleca

Nakasi

For the cause

Stand for the cause.

The ATS impasse began on December 16 last year. We are told by ATS management and as this paper also reports that as of yesterday (1/1/18) 23 workers had returned to work as per board's offer.

Although the number of workers returning is not overwhelming, it does however, leave a big question mark on the unity of the strikers. These workers should not have moved out in the first place I think. I believe if you stand for a cause you must fight until the very end or don't stand at all.

I only wish this impasse is brought to an end amicably and quickly. Are we waiting for the right moment and right person to do this? Well only time will tell.

Suresh Chand

Nadi

Time of joy

May the lamps of joy illuminate your life and fill your days with the bright sparkles of peace, mirth and goodwill. Happy New Year Fiji.

Wise Muavono

Balawa, Lautoka

School term

There are only about two weeks to the beginning of the first term 2018.

We hope our children have enjoyed their Christmas vacation and are ready for another year of hard work in school.

Alex Waqalevu

Lautoka

New year

This will be a year of manifestation and fulfilment.

M. S. Kaleca

Nakasi

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