Between the Lines


An advert on Facebook says they would pay up to $310 per day for working at night. I wonder what the skill sets required are and what the job is. It does not say in the ad.


Many smaller shops are saying buying cartons of chicken is a rip-off because when the meat is weighed without the packaging it is 19kg but two extra kilos are added with packaging and that is the amount charged.


It is positive that a minimum wage policy draft has been submitted to the cabinet. It was said worker reps were met with. Where is the national union which all unions should be registered under?


A rental car company is looking for a young man who took their car but is refusing to return it. Thanks to social media his driver’s license is posted on it with a reminder that the post comes down when the car returns.


A gentleman believed that he saw a Manumea in Vaitele on Monday, he was quickly interrupted by another telling him it could have been a chicken.


Did a presentation at a government event go overboard and too long prompting one of the seated guests to turn the videos on his phone loud enough to let the presenter know to end it?

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