Letters To The Editors

Letters to the Editor – Sunday, January 20, 2019

Faith-based school With all due respect to the honourable Education Minister and the Human Rights and Anti-Discrimination director — from a Christian perspective, I believe it would be wise to consider the request coming from...

19th January

Letters to the Editor – Saturday, January 19, 2019

50 years of writing It was a delight to read that one of our veteran writers Seona Smiles has marked 50 years of writing for the No.1 newspaper in Fiji. While I appreciate Seona for her steadfastness, vision and beautiful pieces, I must thank The Fiji Times editor for making sure that her articles appear in The...

18th January

Letters to the Editor – January 18, 2019

Coral Coast 7s running hot The 9th annual McDonald’s Fiji Coral Coast 7s kicks this morning. Sixteen local and overseas teams will compete for the prize money. Furthermore, our local players will try their best to impress our national 7s selectors. Courtesy of Sigatoka River Safari and the brains behind the success of the tournament,...

16th January

Letters to the Editor – Wednesday, January 16, 2019

Give her time IN all fairness to the Minister for Local Government, I think we need to give her some space to settle in and bring herself up to speed with the current state of affairs in the ministries under her portfolio. One should not expect miracles overnight as Rome was not built in one...

15th January

Letters to the Editor – January 15, 2019

Good reporting Thumbs up to our number one newspaper for all the heart-touching stories in the build-up to the academic year! The rush for back-to-school shopping, the unseen struggles of our needy parents, the assistance provided by our kind Samaritan, Sikeli’s article titled Road safety first, our PM’s message that dreams start with education and...

14th January

Letters to the Editor – January 14

Tabadamu 7s champions The Tabadamu sevens team once again proved themselves in their own tournament after beating Police in the final. I believe Tabadamu were the best in 2018 and are again starting to dominate sevens rugby in the country. Congratulations Tabadamu. Tomasi Boginiso Nepani Rd, Nasinu Truth and accountability I would like to thank...

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