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The head of the na­tion and civil ser­vants in­clud­ing Po­lice of­fi­cers got a rude mes­sage as they ended their clean up cam­paign in an in­for­mal set­tle­ment in Suva. Writ­ten not only once but at a few dif­fer­ent lo­ca­tions on fences were the words F*@#! the Po­lice. Def­i­nitely there are a few dis­grun­tled res­i­dents in the in­for­mal set­tle­ment who may have had a bad run-in with the Po­lice. It is in­ter­est­ing to note that the area is in­fa­mous for crime such as rob­beries, bur­glar­ies, pros­ti­tu­tion and drug ped­dling. And the ped­dlers were out in num­bers, some even join­ing the clean up. A few even tried to of­fer a pack or two to the BTL crew think­ing they were po­ten­tial cus­tomers.


Some bus com­pa­nies need to be mind­ful that their re­ceipt printer has just enough ink in it. Those re­ceipts are very im­por­tant for com­muters and can be used as ev­i­dence in case the bus is in­volved in an ac­ci­dent and com­pen­sa­tion needs to be claimed. Also, au­thor­i­ties are reg­u­larly check­ing re­ceipts to see whether those on board have paid their fare through the eTick­et­ing ma­chines. Some buses have noted to be giv­ing out re­ceipts barely vis­i­ble.

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