THE new billboards read "Treat all Fijians equally".
Can ATS treat the lockout workers equally?
Drasa Vitogo, Lautoka
MORE than 250 ordinary Fijian workers spent Christmas and Boxing Day away from the their homes.
They welcomed the New Year sitting over drains by the roadside.
Is there a word to describe how ATS workers have been treated by their management over the past 19 days?
Namadi Heights, Suva
THE bicycle curiosity revealed to us by Sukha Singh (FT 3/1) is definitely a "walk the talk" indication for those who went to Bonn.
Instead of any curtailment, we have advertisements on TV promoting use of dirty fuel.
We should be promoting electric cars and renewable source of energy like wind, water, and sun, otherwise it is an excursion tour.
Palm Drive, Delainavesi, Lami
Law and order
OUR police are doing their best to keep law and order in the country and our traffic department is trying to keep our roads safe too.
At present we have RBT (random breath test) for our vehicle drivers and now I feel it is time to also introduce RDT (random drug test).
With the increase in use of drugs in the country, drivers using drugs are very dangerous on the roads.
We have to nip it in the bud so that all road users are safe at all times.
What say Mr Police Commissioner.
HAS this been made known to the teachers well before that time?
Teachers are humans and must be treated as such.
These are the very batch of our workers who struggle behind the stage to educate our children.
Every morning when I go for my morning walk I see the cleaner of Lautoka market emptying the rubbish tins at the new Sukunivalu Rd market.
I wonder why they don't come and clean the area the way they clean Lautoka market?
Please Lautoka City Council can you ask your contractor to clean the Sukunivalu Rd market the way they clean and wash Lautoka market?
It's a small request!
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