Between the Lines


The short supply of chicken has led to a few restaurants changing their menus. One popular eatery is now selling fried fish instead of chicken. Wonder if the birds are on strike?


A man living across a popular bingo place was told to keep the noise low. His voice while talking to family was disturbing someone. It is alright for the bingo to blast their speakers until midnight daily.


It was not only power that was out until late Saturday in parts of the town, it was also the water supply as well. Residents are hoping for a warning in advance so they can prepare.


There is a different kind of shortage at the blood bank. This time around the donors were there but the bags to fill the blood in were out of stock. This is a serious issue, hopefully it has been resolved.


CHOGM may be important and it seems most government activity is focused around the event, the leaders should not use this as an excuse to stop important projects for the people.


It is still not clear if the British monarch would be travelling to Samoa and Australia during CHOGM. It won’t be surprising if the eldest son of the King might come in place of him at these events.

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