Letters To The Editors

Letters to the Editor – March 02, 2021

Love for flowers Laisa Koroi, through her inspirational story (FT: 01/03), has motivated many to fall in love with flowers. The 49-year-old florist businesswoman has found a good way to earn a living, and after...

1st March

Letters to the Editor – March 1, 2021

Poor discipline IF the number of yellow cards dished out on day one of the Fiji Bitter Nawaka 7s is an indicator of discipline, then without a doubt the statistics are shocking and indicate a serious issue. Media reports highlight that of the 99 games, 58 yellow cards with nine red cards were recorded. This...

27th February

Letters to the Editor – Saturday, February 27, 2021

Making a move Rakesh Kumar’s article titled “Making a move for the better” (FT 26/02) was quite inspirational and motivational as our secondary school students eye tertiary studies. In the article, Rakesh ran the story of 19-year-old Emele Vakavuvu who had to make a difficult, but important decision to step out of her comfort zone...

26th February

Letters to the Editor – February 26, 2020

Nawaka 7s tournament The Police Blues side, which had current and former 7s players such as Keponi Paul, Suliano Volivoli, Rusiate Nasove, Terio Tamani, Samisoni Viriviri, Rusiate Matai and Waisea Nacuqu, once again dominated the second leg of the FRU Super 7s Series after belting Police White which had the services of Joe Talacolo, Apisalome...

25th February

Letters to the Editor – February 25, 2021

Girl power I compliment the efforts of our sports team, in particular Luke Nacei, for the inspirational and powerful write-up titled “Girl power” (FT 24/02) on Nasikawa Vision College principal Mahezabeen Khan, who has broken barriers and accomplished a major achievement as she became a level three rugby league coach. I saw madam Mahezabeen’s photo...

24th February

Letters to the Editor – February 24, 2021

War on drugs In yesterday’s The Fiji Times (23/02) we read that in 2020 the police seized marijuana plants worth “$321 million”. We also read how the number of drug-related prosecutions in the Fiji courts had steadily increased from 148 in 2009 to 1926 in 2019. Something’s not working in our so-called “war on drugs.”...

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