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Letters To The Editors, 14th, November, 2018

Aust health partnership Premila Devi, Suva Who would have thought we would have Australian hospital right here in Fiji working in partnership with our local hospitals? Who would have thought
14 Nov 2018 11:59
Letters To The Editors, 14th, November, 2018

Aust health partnership

Premila Devi, Suva

Who would have thought we would have Australian hospital right here in Fiji working in partnership with our local hospitals?

Who would have thought we would have cancer radiation treatment right here? Who would have thought we would have 24/7 open heart surgeries right here?

One man did and he made it possible.

Attorney-General Aiyaz Sayed-Khai­yum has always had a vision for a mod­ern Fiji and this is yet another feather in his cap.

God bless you, son.

24/7 heart surgeries

Tukai Lagonilakeba, Nadi

At last!

What great news indeed for this unique public hospital at Lautoka.

Vinaka vakalevu to the Ministry of Health and Medical Services and the Ministry of Economy Officials for put­ting this to paper where all Fijians will benefit through this innovative service.

I am sure these specialised heart surger­ies will greatly boost health tourism, a niche market which will certainly boost our country’s tourism numbers with its earnings.

Our neighbours from small Pacific Is­land nations can also benefit from the af­fordable professional services.

Visionary indeed and right on our door­step for this convenient 24/7 services.

 

Flying Fijians

Ratu Nacani Mocelutu Sugutanaivalu, Tailevu

After the thrashing of the Fiji Airways Flying Fijians by Scotland at Murrayfield Stadium in Edinburgh early on Sunday morning, John McKee in an interview with Herald Scotland said: “For us it is always learning curve all the time”.

Instead of using important Fiji Test matches as a learning experience for him and his boys, I suggest John McKee come and learn from coach Senirusi Seruvaku­la, how to counter the winning team at crunch time and learn from him how to spearhead strategies, to counter quick maul, ruck, set piece and all facets of rug­by then turn them into Fiji’s favour.

John McKee should also learn by now that the modern trend of rugby world today is all about the test of physical endurance and 80 minutes accurate fast-paced rugbyas displayed by the Drua boys.

Limiting God’s power

Dharmendra Kumar, Suva

We often speak of the unlimited power of God, and both the Bible and history are filled with examples of Him doing things that are impossible for people to accomplish. He is able to meet any need, answer any challenge and defeat any foe.

Yet this awesome power, which is infi­nite in its potential, can be limited by the actions of people.

That is because God has given us the freedom to disobey Him if we choose.

When we take that route, we limit not what He could do, but what He will do.

We should resolve to never be the one who limits what God does through a lack of faith.

Rubbish Causes Flooding

Sunil Prasad, Nausori

The other day, this newspaper ran a let­ter where the letter writer Amrit Singh is talking about everyone from FRA to Nau­sori Town Council.

Why are we not teaching our own peo­ple not to throw bottles and plastics and garbage in the drains? That would solve a lot of our problems. We can’t expect everything to be handed to us on a silver platter.

Feedback: jyotip@fijisun.com.fj



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