The interference from Suva seems to tackle so many indigenous matters and now the idea of fishing in qoliqoli waters is to be controlled by the city suit people, not the local communities. Some rich commercial fishermen will surely take advantage and clean out the sea of fish. Local villagers surely don't have to pay fees. I know, some people ask too much goodwill, but that's a better way than the bit boso from Suva telling 'em what to do.
from the Fiji Times: