Letters To The Editors

Letters to the Editor – Monday, July 4, 2022

Flying Fijians and Nadroga Stallions THE white colours of the Flying Fijians and Nadroga flew high with some scintillating rugby. The Flying Fijians blitzed the Tongans at the HFC Bank Stadium with a strong forward...

3rd July

Letters to the Editor – Sunday, July 3, 2022

On the rise Everything seems to be on the rise. Food price, fuel price, poverty level, sea level, Covid-19 etc. Isa o Viti! Wise Muavono Balawa, Lautoka New normal The barking dog orchestra in the middle of the night and all night seems to have become a normal and accepted part of life in Simla,...

2nd July

Letters to the Editor – Saturday, July 2, 2022

A tough race route THE fittest will survive when the Munro Leys Namosi Marathon kicks off today with about 300 runners. Event director Marita Manley, via The Fiji Times, (30/06) shared that there had been a lot of interest from stakeholders after a successful maiden event in the highlands in 2020. She added the highlands...

1st July

Letters to the Editor – Friday, July 01, 2022

Skilled workers leaving I WOULD like to differ from the Attorney-General and Minister for Economy Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum when he said that skilled workers had left the country because of the shortage of a skilled workforce in Australia and New Zealand (FT 28/06). According to some skilled workers whom I have heard from, like teachers and...

29th June

Letters to the Editor – Wednesday, June 29, 2022

In the top 10! The picture of Domo Vou Talei finalist Titilia Lacanivalu at the Thurston Gardens added excitement to the front page of the trusted brand (FT 28/06). Sharing her story, Lacanivalu said that she was ecstatic when she got the call that she had made it into the top 10. Titilia, who was...

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