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Letters To The Editor, 19th November 2017

Chow Games Tukai Lagonilakeba,  Nadi It was disappointing to note that the Western Chow Games in Lautoka was not shown live on Fiji  One despite the announcement that it would.
19 Nov 2017 19:25
Letters To The Editor, 19th November 2017
Action match between Fiji and Estonia during the international friendly match at the ANZ stadium on November 19, 2017.Photo:Vilimoni Vaganalau.

Chow Games

Tukai Lagonilakeba,  Nadi

It was disappointing to note that the Western Chow Games in Lautoka was not shown live on Fiji  One despite the announcement that it would.

Only the Chow Games at Suva’s ANZ Stadium was shown live.

There were no pictures or even a simple update of the medal tallies from the Chow Games in Lautoka.

What happened Patrick Bower?

Is our Western primary school games not good enough?

Please, bring the National Chow Games to Lautoka’s Churchill Park.

Our all-weather new athletics track is the best in the country.

The Government is also completing the final process on the construction of our first Western Olympic standard swimming pool at the Botanical Gardens, opposite the Lautoka Hospital.

Attention and exposure on our TV stations should be equally shared.

COP23 speakers

Joe Smith,  Deuba

Two people from Bua speaking in Bonn, Germany, is certainly great news!

Certainly, give them support and scholarships and they will represent Fiji in many other forums.

Boxing for women

Sukha Singh, Labasa

Boxing is a very good sport to learn. 

Can the Fijian Government build a gym in the North specifically for boxing?

It would be nice to see women from the Friendly North get into a not so friendly sport.

Election candidate requirements

Savenaca Vakaliwaliwa, Suva

I believe that for one to qualify to stand in a general election in Fiji, one has to be physically in Fiji within two years before the election date.

I believe that in the 2014 General Election, some candidates missed the boat because of this rule.

Lately, there have been some opinions raised as to why Fijians living overseas, including dual citizens, are allowed to vote, arguing that only Fijians living at home should vote and determine the outcome of what and who they choose to govern them.

My question is, what is the purpose of the two-year regulation mentioned above?

If all Fijians living overseas are allowed to vote, shouldn’t the two-year rule be scrapped as well?

Same sex marriage

Amenatave Yaconisau, Delainavesi

What is it about Australians that make them blind to Biblical truth and go unrestrained and unresponsive to it?

Maybe a different Bible, but we cannot be puritanical about it.

The national poll suggests they are convinced they are on the right track and allow their garments to change.

It’s not religious bigotry nor the imprisonment of the laugh. I wonder if they were in Noah’s Ark?

More problems for Australia?

Fiji soccer

Shareef Shah,  Savusavu

I am wondering why a team ranked 80th will come down to play a team ranked 95.

It’s a right step for our bula boys, but as for this visiting team are they bringing their youth team?

Something is fishy here!

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