From the Editor-in-Chief’s desk: Your March 22 briefing



The big one on the front page of the Fiji Times for Wednesday, March 22 is on water woes.

Water Authority of Fiji CEO Dr Amit Chanan described his one year on the job “a daily firefighting experience.”

The second story on the front page is about a police vehicle and an accident.

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  • VANUA State of Origin champions Western Maroons is looking to become the first Fijian team to win the Melanesian Cup when they host the reigning Digicel PNG Cup champions Hela Wigman this Saturday at Lautoka’s Churchill Park.

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  • ROOSTER Chicken Fijiana Drua captain Bitila Tawake said she was confident that the team had what it took to defend the Super W title. She revealed that the side has been in the camp for the past 10 weeks undergoing various training programs in order to prepare and gel in for the 2023 season.

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  • SUVA’S Latter Day Saints College is looking for a good outing at the upcoming Zone One competition — and the May Coca-Cola Games. While most schools preparing for the biggest secondary school athletics meet are focusing on physical training regimes, LDS is taking a different path.


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