Between the Lines


Speed cameras could be an option for the police to stop the illegal races that are happening along the highway and in town areas. It could also be a healthy source of revenue.


Children who travel in the trays of pick up trucks have often been seen in unsafe positions as vehicles move at high speed. There needs to be a law for the safety of the travelling public.


It is a wonder how some of the old buses are still passing their fitness tests. A few have been noticed fuming out black smoke and struggling to move along the main road.


Another month is coming to an end, and there is clearly no progress on the so-called local brewery that will once again brew the taste of Samoa. People’s money has been given as a loan for this venture.


Will the board of the rugby union do a similar evaluation of the sevens coach as they did of the fifteens coach? The results lately have been less than satisfactory and it is just two months away from the Olympic Games.


Residents in the town area have been experiencing intermittent water cuts and these have been happening without warnings. Some residents are asking for warnings so they can be better prepared.

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