Letters To The Editors

15th January

Letters to the Editor – Saturday, January 15, 2022

The smile says it all SAM Brown, 75, was all smiles after his name was picked as one of the 40 lucky winners OF The Fiji Times 152nd anniversary December draw. He was elated as...

14th January

Letters to the Editor: Friday, January 14, 2022

Psychosocial support! More pictures of devastation and destruction in The Fiji Times. Farms have been damaged so Fijians can expect a rise in the price of vegetables and root crops. Vendors are worried over shortage and the prices. Fijians have been warned of the possibility of an increase in diseases. With the impact of the...

13th January

Letters to the Editor: Thursday, January 13, 2022

Heart-breaking pictures and stories  Our hardworking journalists have been working round-the-clock to update us on news and stories from the impact of the flooding. While we have been in the comfort of our homes and loved ones, they have braved atrocious conditions to get the latest. The editor-in-chief has also gone late night on social...

12th January

Letters to the Editor: Wednesday, January 12, 2022

Act of bravery  Heavy rainfall and floodwaters did not deter the Rakiraki National Fire Authority officers and police who evacuated 28-year-old Sristi Naicker in Rakiraki. The NFA officers and police were commended for their act of bravery at the height of the natural disaster as they transported the pregnant mother in a water tank across...

11th January

Letters to the Editor – Tuesday, January 11, 2022

A man of principle ‘Nand – a man of principle: A lawyer who stood for the rule of law’ (FT 10/1). That’s how Graham Leung a former colleague of the former Solicitor-General Nainendra Nand remembers the man who was removed from his position after the 2006 military coup. I wonder how many of those who...

10th January

Letters to the Editor – Monday, January 10, 2022

Cyclone alert NOT the start that Fijians wanted, but I guess it was coming as the Fiji Meteorological Service issued a Category 1 cyclone warning and the Ministry of Education stated that all schools would be closed today. Heavy rainfall resulted in many rivers bursting their banks and water seeping into towns. Fijians were plagued...

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