Letter to our Prime Minister

Reducing Carbon Emissions is the New Currency. House of ParliamentParliament BuildingsSuva City,Fiji Islands16th August 2019. Dear Honorable Prime Minister Mr Bainimarama, I am writing to first thank you for your commitment to fight climate change, recently with your input in Tuvalu and specifically for your stated goals as you announced during COP23 in Bonn. I … Continue reading Letter to our Prime Minister

The Battle of The Giants vs The Little Ones!

In today’s climate, transport is most definitely essential to modern living.  It pushes economic growth, allowing our nation to trade goods, delivering services locally, nationally and internationally and more so connecting people with one another. Particularly moving around an ever more crowded city and towns as we’re experiencing here in Fiji today. Global trends such … Continue reading The Battle of The Giants vs The Little Ones!

Times are Tough

This COVID-19 pandemic has brought our World to its knees, a shocking loss of human life worldwide which equivalently has caused a serious challenge to public health, food supplies and the loss of employment. Our whole economy dismantled and furthermore, the social interruption caused is damaging and paining us all. An article from the World … Continue reading Times are Tough

The Bullying Tactic of the Big Boys (Oil & Gas Industry – Clients vs Subcontractors)

I stand to be amazed and more so on the same token sadly despaired having personally experienced and witnessed the differences of being employed as a Client to working as a third party subcontractor; be it a catering company, cleaning or Security company and I’m sure this is possibly similar to any other industry. As … Continue reading The Bullying Tactic of the Big Boys (Oil & Gas Industry – Clients vs Subcontractors)