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People’s

livelihood

I WAS reading an article titled “Single and strong”, thanks to The Fiji Times online.

One thing that was really bold and clear to people was the importance of bus services, especially when it comes to people’s livelihood.

RONEIL NARAYAN

Los Angeles, CA, USA

Short

pipeline

I READ (FT 2/7) with great interest that the Real Estate Act is almost complete.

Wowza, their pipeline must be a short one.

ALLEN LOCKINGTON

Kava Place, Waiyavi, Lautoka

Budget

issue

I BELIEVE the sad fact about the budget is that it means nothing to those who matter the most.

DAN URAI

Lautoka

Medicine

factor

IF the shortage of medicines is not a priority then what is?

I thought human lives were more important than anything else.

KIRTI PATEL

Lautoka

Faulty

lights

A FEW times I have tripped and almost banged my knee against the sidewalk in the dark because of faulty streetlights.

Also, it doesn’t help with the cracked footpaths along Drasa Ave.

I have decided to sue the concerned authority if I injure myself. Some might suggest I use a torch.

Sega bu, au tereni, sega ni lai cina lairo.

WISE MUAVONO

Balawa, Lautoka

Sugar

mill

LOOKS like I overlooked the money allocated for the new sugar mill in Rakiraki or there is nothing in the budget.

NARDEO MISHRA

Suva

National

budget

PIE in the sky?

NISHANT SINGH

Lautoka

New

recruits

“WE are not above the law and this uniform does not give you absolute power” – Police Commissioner.

Now I wonder what will be said to the gang in green uniform when the commander welcomes new recruits.

AREKI DAWAI

Samabula, Suva

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