Between the Lines


A primary school that was supposed to have finished by the end of June is still being worked upon. The results look good. Seems like last-minute work is being done. It will be great to see the children back in classrooms.


Talking of deadlines, wasn’t the new police academy supposed to have been officially opened last month? Perhaps instead of training, it will house foreign police officers for the big meeting.


There is more than one piece of evidence coming through indicating local manufacture of the white narcotic. Police are aware of this and the search is on for the kitchen.


The number of children selling things around the two supermarkets in Vaitele is alarmingly increasing. The police once said they would charge parents for not sending them to school.


All offices either government or private can do the nation a big favour. They can spend 10 minutes every day collecting litter in front of their office buildings.


Here is a food for thought. Start installing rubbish bins in the township if the plan is to reduce the litter problem. There are no bins in sight in the main town area.

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