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| Monday, November 13, 2017
Trip to Germany I would like to ask the Fiji Electricity board why did the chairman of the board accompany Hasmukh Patel to Germany? Couldn't Mr Patel tell the people in Bonn that Fiji Electricity Authority meter readers were about to use electric cars for meter reading? While there he should look for experts to make the FEA wind farm productive. Sukha Singh Labasa

Rugby pick

John McKee, the Fijian coach for 15s, should be embarrassed for employing people who were in their peak in 2003 and 2007 and certainly over their peak judging by the mistakes committed. Surely they are aging.

The dirty' job of developing local rugby is done by Seruvakula and he only picks as required.

If FRU is not careful all modes of rugby is going down.

Amenatave Yaconisau

Palm Drive, Delainavesi, Lami

Tiri project

I was overjoyed to see a group of volunteers calling themselves Project Abroad who with the Uprising Resort are trying to replenish our most valuable asset, the tiri.

These volunteers probably on their own effort and expense have come to Fiji to protect our beloved country.

How can our delegation in Bonn, Germany, assist this worthy course in any way.

Perhaps forfeit their hefty allowances and join hands with these young volunteers who are trying to save our planet.

I salute these volunteers from the bottom of my heart for their tireless efforts.

May God bless you and give you strength to continue with your worthy course.

Fiji should learn from this example. Long live our volunteers and our precious tiri.

Satish Chand

Martintar Rd, Nadi

Kings for a day

THE front page picture story was an amazing capture of our true kings, the young family at St Christopher's Home.

Vinaka Burger King for making this family kings for a day because they deserve to be the first lot to taste the nicest bird in town.

Shalwyn Prasad

Mukta Ben Place, Nabua, Suva

Poor horses

While millions of people would have put their bet and won money during the Melbourne Cup, did anyone feel for the poor horses.

The torture they go through and some have even been injured and died. On the cost of these poor and vulnerable horses, people are making money. Is it fair? For those who won money out of this event, please do give it a thought. I feel for those horses. If only they could speak.

Kirti Patel

Lautoka

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