From the Editor-in-Chief’s desk: Your October 4 briefing

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Bula

The state of the Colonial War Memorial Hospital in the Capital City of Suva continues to attract attention on the front page of The Fiji Times’ edition for Tuesday, October 4.

We also have a little piece on a political party writing against the ruling party.

HEADLINES

Here are some headlines inside:

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Peoples Alliance letter of complaint

THE People’s Alliance party has written a 50-page letter of complaint against the FijiFirst party to Supervisor of Elections Mohammed Saneem.

Unity Fiji provisional candidates

UNITY Fiji have announced 13 new provisional candidates from all walks of life to contest the 2022 polls.

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Norm in Jittu

CHILDREN drinking alcohol, sniffing glue, picking-pockets and engaging in many other unlawful activities is the norm in Jittu Estate.

Unlawful activities

MANY unlawful activities that take place in Jittu Estate, Raiwaqa, are done by people who are not from here, claims resident Eroni Delai.

Teenager’s parents speak up

THE parents of Waisea Tikomaiserene, the 16-year-old boy who died during a drinking party at Jittu Estate on Sunday, claim his death may have been linked to him being thrown to the ground during an argument.

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Man on rape charge

THE Suva High Court acquitted a man from Lau, who was charged with one count rape.

Rape

RAPE of a child is one of the most serious forms of sexual violence and offenders should be dealt with severely.

A-G’s lawyer

The Attorney-General’s lawyer, Gul Fatima, “inadvertently” misled the High Court by referring to the wrong version of Rule 16 of the Court of Appeal Rules, says Australian King’s Counsel Martin Daubney.

LETTERS

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SPORT

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