Letters To The Editors

Letters to the Editor – Friday, September 24, 2021

Litter prevention campaign The two placards, which were on display in yesterday’s The Fiji Times, had simple messages. The first one read, “You are the only cure for litter”, while the second one read, “Proud...

23rd September

Letters to the Editor – Thursday, September 23, 2021

Sadrugu’s cane fields dream! Thank you so much Waisale Koroiwasa for sharing Taniela Sadrugu’s rugby journey. I’ve been following Sadrugu since he was roped into the Suva provincial rugby team, and from an unknown player in the Skipper Cup, he made a name for himself as a result of his hard work, vigour, discipline, determination...

22nd September

Letters to the Editor – Wednesday, September 22, 2021

Stats on ethnicity I am surprised that no one has pointed out that we need ethnic stats on poverty, not for immediate relief, but for investigation into the very different types of poverty being experienced and their very different causes and their very different remedies. FERGUS GARRETT, Vatuwaqa, Suva Frustratingly slow I WELCOME the move...

21st September

Letters to the Editor – Tuesday, September 21, 2021

Vaccination program for children! THE vaccination program for schoolchildren between the ages of 15-17 was launched at Gospel High School by honourable PM yesterday with the belief that the vaccine would keep children from getting severely ill from COVID-19. The Fiji Medicinal Products Board authorised the use of Moderna vaccine and it has been recommended...

20th September

Letters to the Editor – Monday, September 20, 2021

ANZMAT teams return home I WHOLEHEARTEDLY thank the Australia-New Zealand Medical Assistance Team (ANZMAT) for their valuable assistance and support towards my beloved Fiji at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic. The ANZMAT team, consisting of 30 medical and nursing personnel and six liaison officers, was deployed to Fiji from June 21 to September 3....

19th September

Letters to the Editor – Sunday, September 19, 2021

Stick to COVID-safe protocols We are trying very hard to normalise things in Fiji. Vaccinations are reaching the expected numbers. For this I acknowledge our frontline workers, who may have been away from families for months. Containment zones have been opened. Police and military personnel have spent hours working double shifts in the blazing sun...

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