Letters To The Editors

Letters to the Editor – Saturday, May 21, 2022

Inspiring leadership stories! I am thankful to the Kaila! newspaper team for the inspirational leadership stories that they share week in week out. Reading the experiences of the school prefects brings memories of days we...

20th May

Letters to the Editor – Friday, May 20, 2022

Struggling to make ends meet The picture of Suraj Narayan in The Fiji Times (17/5) walking around to sell vegetables to meet his struggling needs is a clear message for all of us on how difficult it is to survive in this uncertain pandemic world, leading towards poverty. The poor continue to be hit hard...

18th May

Letters to the Editor – Wednesday, May 18, 2022

Derenalagi’s message! Meli Derenalagi has gained fame and prominence because of his courageous character, fighting spirit and leadership qualities. He is a tough man, and like his dad Vuniani Derenalagi, who was dubbed ‘The White Shark’ during his prime days, is a shining star. At a tender age, he captained the 7s side. He won...

17th May

Letters to the Editor – Tuesday, May 17, 2022

Without the brand! Tui’s method I found Tui Rakuita’s article in The Sunday Times very interesting. His analysis of the men who are seeking the top position of power in the coming election was enlightening. We need this sort of information to guide us before we go to the polls. The fact that they are...

16th May

Letters to the Editor – Monday, May 16, 2022

Sweet victory HEARTIEST congratulations Jacks Nadi for that nail-biting 32 – 31 Skipper Cup victory over previously unbeaten Naitasiri on home soil in Prince Charles Park. Gutsy finish by gallant Naitasiri coming from behind 7-24 to almost over-run Nadi. Jacks Nadi proudly takes this sweet victory. Vina du riki vo na leda saravou. RONNIE CHANG...

15th May

Letters to the Editor – Sunday, May 15, 2022

Harsh reality The picture of Sivaniolo Ralogo as per FT of Friday, revealed the harsh reality when he couldn’t control his emotions due to the increase in prices of some basic food items. Low income earners and those unemployed will suffer more from the recent price hike. We as individuals can only imagine the suffering...

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