Letters To The Editors

Letters to the editor.

Tobacco death Jioji Masivesi’s letter on “tobacco death”(FT28/11) has urgent messages for all parents, teachers and communities. Banning tobacco will benefit all of us as we are expected to be the best role models for...

30th November

Letters to the editor

Stop blaming INTERESTING comment made by the FijiFirst general secretary Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum when speaking to voters in Tavua where he said,”We are not here to give a speech on election or racial differences …We want to talk about policies but we are being forced to talk to you about these things.” My question to Mr...

29th November

Letters To the Editor

Police Seals Deal! The Police football and rugby teams sealed the deal in the 2022 FMF Ratu Sukuna Bowl clash. Police beat Army 3-1 in football, and then 19-11 in rugby. I was impressed with the standard of rugby displayed by both teams, and I salute the players for playing their hearts out and for...

28th November

Letters to the Editor – Monday, November 28, 2022

Tobacco deaths TOBACCO is responsible for 20 per cent of deaths from coronary heart disease. Do you know that every year, 1.9 million people die from tobacco-induced heart disease, according to a new brief released on September 22, 2020 by the World Health Organization, World Heart Federation and the University of Newcastle Australia ahead of...

27th November

Letters to the Editor – Sunday, November 28, 2022

Thee best ever THERE was only one man many came to see when Portugal – the 2016 European champions – played Ghana in their opening World Cup fixture in Doha, Qatar. And when he duly delivered with a crisp penalty in the second half, the world witnessed history and another record as the 37-year-old Ronaldo...

26th November

Letters to the Editor – Saturday, November 26, 2022

Postal votes THE Supervisor of Elections Mohammed Saneem seems now to be bemoaning the low number of postal votes received. I do not disagree with his concern especially when the FEO did several expensive trips to Australia and NZ trying to register voters, opened and ended registrations on many occasions and did some targeted blitzes...

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