Letters To The Editors

Letters to the Editor: Thursday, October 28, 2021

Lending a hand Hats off to the youths from Kauvula Place in Nakasi for taking the initiative to clean up the Lighthouse Retreat Centre in Nakasi as a way of giving back to their community!...

27th October

Letters to the Editor: Wednesday, October 27, 2021

Shital pushes through! Thank you so much Jioji Cakacaka for your letter titled “Pinktober pledges” where you shared the story of your beloved wife who is a cancer survivor. The letter was heart-touching, and I’m glad The Fiji Times has provided space for cancer survivors to share their stories and experiences which is never easy...

26th October

Letters to the Editor: Tuesday, October 26, 2021

Pinktober pledges We heard a lot of testimonies and stories from families and friends who have claimed to be healed through traditional medicine and care which I believe is a myth, but my advice to all women in Fiji, especially young women, “please go for an early check up to the nearest hospital because cancer...

25th October

Letters to the Editor – Monday, October 26, 2021

New President CONGRATULATIONS to the Tui Macuata (Matanitu Vanua of the Tovata Confederacy) for been selected to be our next President. My only concern is for Government not to use him for its propaganda and rubber stamp. Tui Macuata is a fair and wise decision person. Happy retirement Mr and Mrs Konrote. JIOJI MASIVESI, Tadra-...

24th October

Letters to the Editor – Sunday, October 24, 2021

Headlines in the Times I REFER to the letter by Bharat Morries ( FT 21/10) asking why opposition political leaders quite regularly find their way to The Fiji Times front page headlines accompanied by big pictures. Mr Morris, my two cents take is that they attract readers like me to know about important issues concerning our...

23rd October

Letters to the Editor – Saturday, October 23, 2021

Trek up Mt Korobaba Ana Madigibuli, via this week’s Kaila! newspaper, shared the exciting and thrilling experiences of the 20 youths from Kauvula Place as they went on a hiking expedition to Mt Korobaba. Most of the youths experienced their first hike that day, leaving their homes as early as 4am with different expectations of...

22nd October

Letters to the Editor – Friday, October 22, 2021

Life-long lessons! The pieces compiled by Litia Cava and Wanshika Kumar titled “Life-lessons of pandemic” and “Bainivalu’s love for flowers”, respectively, (FT 20/10) shred life-long lessons. The stories inspired girls and women. In her article, Litia shared the story of Alisi Merenayara who went out of her way to assist her husband in meeting their...

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