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One thing I can’t understand is why people still go back and talk about the past coups.

Can’t we just move forward and forget history but look forward to the mystery!

Narayan Reddy

Lautoka.

Just awesome

Timoci Naulusala – you are awesome, just awesome!

Allen Lockington

Kava Place, Waiyavi, Lautoka

Endless chance

THERE you go politicians and officers, if you are aiming for the possibilities, keep the prime minister’s seat in sight.

It can lift you up from an ordinary person to own properties then sell them to give your eyes glitters.

Anyone interested in collecting empty plastic bottles and coconuts ahem!

AREKI DAWAI

Suva

Zimbabwe crisis

“As soon as we have accomplished our mission, we expect that the situation will return to normality.”

Those were the words of Major General Sibusiso Moyo as he addressed the nation after the military takeover.

Now, let’s stay tuned to when normality will appear.

Sailosi Naewe

Naduru Rd, Nausori

Job adverts

Some companies advertise in our newspapers of jobs that require applicants to work long hours, weekends, and public holidays.

Does that mean that companies can do whatever they want, as long as they’re providing jobs?

Steven Chandra

Nasinu

Ban or burden

With reference to Allen Lockington’s letter on “ban on plastic bags”, I would like to point out that there is no “ban” on plastic bags.

I believe Government placed a “burden” of 10 cents on plastic bags with handles only, provided it’s used in shops which operate a POS payment system.

Funny though – I believe this burden is also placed on bio-degradable plastic bags.

But maybe a “ban” on plastic bags looms on the horizon.

Hans B. Boernke

Savusavu

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