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Lautoka Some­times last month I was re­turn­ing from Syd­ney and en­coun­tered two cabin crew mem­bers who were serv­ing the pas­sen­gers. They re­ally showed them they were work­ing for the world’s friendli­est air­line. They were so nice to pas­sen­gers im­ma­te­rial if you are lo­cal or tourist. Their ser­vice with a smile was greatly ap­pre­ci­ated by all and my two col­leges who were trav­el­ing with me too.

I also give credit to the se­lec­tion com­mit­tee to choose peo­ple of such cal­iber. We all thank you for your smile and at­ti­tude Mafi Tupou and Mere Mathewsela. The CEO of Fiji Air­ways should re­ward th­ese staff. Keep it up Mafi and Mere.

Su­manth Ku­mar,

Noise pol­lu­tion is an of­ten over­looked source of en­vi­ron­men­tal stress that can raise your risk of se­ri­ous health con­di­tions, in­clud­ing heart dis­ease.

Noise pol­lu­tion is de­fined by higher lev­els of noise from sources such as in­dus­try, peo­ple and traf­fic in the lo­cal en­vi­ron­ment that sig­nif­i­cantly im­pedes on the daily lives of res­i­dents.

In the city and towns of Fiji or even public buses loud mu­sic has been a nui­sance, cre­at­ing un­healthy lev­els of noise is pol­lu­tion. This can be min­imised or I urge re­spon­si­ble author­ity to look upon some shops in city and towns that play loud mu­sic and buses as well.

Sources of noise pol­lu­tion in­clude air con­di­tion­ers, food ven­dors, con­struc­tion on the street or mu­sic from bars and cars. Loud neigh­bors can even be con­sid­ered as noise pol­lu­tion.

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