29 October, 2016, 12:00 am
So a new 7s head coach has been appointed. The question everybody is now asking, “who is Gareth Baber?”
I wish to thank Vivien Counsell Mitchell, of Serua (FT, October 28, 2016) for her concern over animal safety during this festive season. Dogs are going through their mating season and we should also respect that. I wish you all a well spent Diwali day.
“History teaches us that history teaches us nothing”. These were the words of Hegel, the German philosopher. Get what he was trying to say here? Oh, how true!
Where there is demand, there will be supply. Legal or illegal. Period.
When did zoning policy start with the school grant? I thought it was created for bus fare only.
On behalf of our fellow creatures, particularly, dogs and cats, can I respectfully ask those of you who will be celebrating Diwali, the festival of lights, to please avoid the use of loud fireworks that really frighten them.
To all pet owners, please keep your dogs and cats somewhere safe to avoid them becoming scared, run away, and get lost during this period.
I believe there is a need for Government to seriously look into the tourism industry to ensure that expatriates have a local to succeed them once they complete their three-year tenure.
Call for solidarity
Another year when the Diwali night will brighten up with exotic and colourful lights. Houses will be decorated and attractive Indian dress wear will be on display. I suggest that we show solidarity support by reducing our lights and attraction for those affected by the Severe Tropical Cyclone Winston devastation and still rebuilding their homes. Let’s pray and keep supporting them. Also spend less on crackers and think about those who need your help. I will certainly start from my own home at Mukta Ben.
Mukta Ben Place, Nabua, Suva
Education policy scrutiny
Yes please. Hurry up already.
Kava Place, Waiyavi, Lautoka