RACE, POLITICS AND WINSTON AID: BA DISTRICT ADVISORY COUNCIL WHICH CONSIST OF 27 COUNCILLORS LIKELY TO RESIGN. Is it to do with public outcry and some say racial discrimination in aid distribution?
FFP President Jioji Konrote on the island of Vanuabalavu in Lau. He is visiting the island and touring devastated areas and meeting with Fijians living there, and who were badly affected by Cyclone Winston.
Fijileaks: Sadly, race, politics and accusations of bias in aid distribution has followed every major disaster since Fiji's independence in 1970; the suspicions are reinforced when some major hardcore nationalists, coupists and racists, championing affirmative action for their own people, end up in power! We don't believe its the case TODAY but history is cruel!
Bainimarama visiting Tokou Village on Ovalau Island to reassure villagers on Government's relief efforts and rehabilitation. He was also on site to oversee the distribution of relief assistance to villagers of Tokou and stressed the importance of working together to rebuild their community. Tokou Village received an outboard fibreglass boat and engine, solar lights and food rations and relief supplies:
HEARTLESS THIEVES: A Fijileaks investigation reveal that the thieves who stole from Winston victim Ben Mati and her disabled husband were bloody Indo-Fijians and native Fijians: "At night I hear the dogs barking and see them taking our stuff but I'm an old woman. I am too afraid to confront them. The other night someone just walked up to our door and walked off with our boots and shoes."