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Burglary concerns raised in Parliament

Tuesday 5 September 2023 | Written by Losirene Lacanivalu | Published in Economy, National, Parliament

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Burglary concerns raised in Parliament
Tingika Elikana in Parliament in June this year. LOSIRENE LACANIVALU / 23061922

Each person is responsible for the safety of their own belongings and it's imperative on us individually to ensure the safety of our belongings, says Member of Parliament Tingika Elikana.

Each person is responsible for the safety of their own belongings and it's imperative on us individually to ensure the safety of our belongings, says Member of Parliament Tingika Elikana.


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Te Tuhi Kelly on 05/09/2023

I rest my case. It's the same old rhetoric, the wringing of the hands, talk is cheap, cheap is talk. The truth about paradise is lost in the tourist promotions. Gloss, hype and glitz is the mainstay, no one wants to rock the tourism money go round in case they go elsewhere. Tell the truth, let them know what they are in for and take steps to provide a whole of stay safety net. I may as well talk to the wall, although the answer I was getting was pretty wooden.