be­tween THE LINES

Fiji Sun - - Suncity - Avi­nesh Gopal M: (679) 3307555 Email: avi­[email protected]­


Res­i­dents of Labasa found the Nasea end of town piled with shoes. There were dif­fer­ent kinds of shoes, boots, pumps, heels and run­ners. There were shoes to be found for at least a 200 me­tre stretch. Al­though the shoes looked good, but there was only a pair of each. The BTL crew has been won­der­ing what is the pos­si­ble ex­pla­na­tion of such a mess early in the morn­ing. Def­i­nitely no re­ports of a mas­sive shoe heist with the Po­lice. Perhaps a sec­ond hand dealer left them out­side for rub­bish col­lec­tion and kids be­ing kids played with them all over the street. Def­i­nitely too many shoes for Cin­derella to have come around for a visit.


What was once a fa­mous land­mark near the banks of the Ba River is now in ru­ins. BTL has seen the bad con­di­tion of the Ba Foot­ball Club House, which has de­te­ri­o­rated over the years. It prob­a­bly re­flects the district foot­ball team, which was once feared in the coun­try, not win­ning any ma­jor ti­tles in re­cent years.

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