Letters To The Editors

19th February

Letters to the Editor – February 19, 2019

Vernacular newspapers I would like to comment on the letter (17/2) by Mohammed Imraz Janif on vernacular newspapers. While I agree with your correspondent in complimenting The Fiji Times on revamping both newspapers, I disagree...

18th February

Letters to the Editor – February 18, 2019

ACS sets high standards Defending Fiji Finals champion and the girls from Sawani set a high standard upon the conclusion of the school’s inter-house competition as Kakala took the spoils, pushing Uci to second spot. What delighted me most was the competitive spirit despite the heavy rain in the Capital City and the fact that...

16th February

Letters to the Editor – Saturday, February 16, 2019

Derelict vessels GREAT pictures and exposure of the truth in The Fiji Times pages 31 and 32 on February 13, relevant to the two derelicts at the Vitogo Bay in Lautoka, the most annoying one is the Gotta-Go-Fiji cruise ship that has been on the reef close to waterfront and straight in front of the...

15th February

Letters to the Editor – February 15, 2019

52 years of endless love I SALUTE Unaisi and Josese Ravu for their 52 years of endless love and forgiveness and their message to young couples is timely — “listen, respect each other and most importantly communicate”. Furthermore, the couple issued a thought-provoking reminder that “marriage is a lifetime commitment” and this must not fall...

14th February

Letters to the Editor – February 14, 2019

Bogilevu’s health and fitness mantra KEVUELI Bogilevu’s health and fitness mantra is an inspiration for all of us especially with the vulnerable and ever-increasing NCDs cases in Fiji. At 89 years, Bogilevu’s vision is to surpass his father’s age of 94. His strict discipline on diet coupled with a stringent timetable on sleeping hours makes...

13th February

Letters to the Editor – February 13, 2019

Those beautiful trees I BELIEVE someone from Lautoka City Council decided to cut as many as eight trees on Corbett St in Lautoka. Our Prime Minister was the president of COP23 and someone destroyed those beautiful trees. Dosen’t the council has better things to do than cut beautiful trees which were not harming anybody.  LCC...

12th February

Letters to the Editor – Tuesday, February 12, 2019

Well done MY heartfelt congratulations go to the goldminers for registering a back to back victory in the Vodafone Premier League. Only a week ago, the Capital City boys had no answer to the onslaught of the men in gold. At the weekend it was Rewa who went down to the Tavua outfit. Indeed, this is a...

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