Letters To The Editors

24th May

Letters to the Editor – May 24, 2020

Thank you MY sincere thanks are respectfully registered to the honourable Minister for Finance and Economy for the real generous gesture by the FijiFirst Government for making available $220 per fortnight for five fortnights effective...

23rd May

Letters to the Editor – May 23, 2020

The hard way From Vatulele and on to Kadavu and The Fiji Times continues to publish heart-wrenching stories of our brothers and sisters who felt the full brunt of TC Harold. Yesterday’s front page captured the picture of Nabukelevu-i-ra villager Jone Yaqona and his daughter Navisa Adibula standing on the foundation of their home which...

22nd May

Letters to the Editor: Friday, May 22, 2020

Hakwa Foundation The Nadroga Rugby Union must be commended for reaching out to the villagers of Vatulele that were affected by TC Harold with supplies of clothing and groceries. Nadroga Rugby Union has used this exercise as part of their team bonding and to visit the places that were affected by TC Harold. It delighted...

21st May

Letters to the Editor – Thursday, May 21, 2020

Our bumpy rides I agree with our editor-in-chief that it isn’t going to be a walk in the park to fix our roads but at least something could be done to cover the potholes. I’m paying road levy tax and I feel for my car which has to sustain poor road conditions and potholes. I...

Letters to the Editor: Wednesday, May 20, 2020

People page story The powerful People page report in The Fiji Times (19/05) is more than power, being resilient and a true Viti never say die focus. Just look at Ateca’s photo, full of vision and sacrifi ce. The COVID-19 pandemic has had a big impact in the career decision- making of our young generation...

19th May

Letters to the Editor: Tuesday, May 19, 2020

Passion and resilience The gut-wrenching photo of Boteinaulu villager Ratu Jese Tuisuva with a smile tells it all about the way the world should see. Taking the tradition forward from past generation and without a single complaint shows the Viti noqu qele, noqu vanua mana magic. Braving the cold currents of the Wainimala River and...

Letters to the Editor – Monday, May 18, 2020

Rinesh’s hydroponic homekit Rinesh Sharma, who hails from the Sugar City and whose story was published in The Sunday Times has done Fiji proud with his ‘Growing Essential Greens Homekit System’. Through the ‘Growing Essential Greens Homekit System’, Rinesh intends to reach out to the vulnerable families who had been affected by COVID-19. Hence, his...

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