Letters To The Editors

Letters to the Editor – February 26, 2020

Nawaka 7s tournament The Police Blues side, which had current and former 7s players such as Keponi Paul, Suliano Volivoli, Rusiate Nasove, Terio Tamani, Samisoni Viriviri, Rusiate Matai and Waisea Nacuqu, once again dominated the...

25th February

Letters to the Editor – February 25, 2021

Girl power I compliment the efforts of our sports team, in particular Luke Nacei, for the inspirational and powerful write-up titled “Girl power” (FT 24/02) on Nasikawa Vision College principal Mahezabeen Khan, who has broken barriers and accomplished a major achievement as she became a level three rugby league coach. I saw madam Mahezabeen’s photo...

24th February

Letters to the Editor – February 24, 2021

War on drugs In yesterday’s The Fiji Times (23/02) we read that in 2020 the police seized marijuana plants worth “$321 million”. We also read how the number of drug-related prosecutions in the Fiji courts had steadily increased from 148 in 2009 to 1926 in 2019. Something’s not working in our so-called “war on drugs.”...

23rd February

Letters to the Editor: Tuesday, February 23, 2021

Babasiga Lions reign The sea of red marched home with smiles as the Babasiga Lions beat Suva to win the Pillay Garments Champion v Champion series. The Lions scored through the golden boots of Marlon Tahioa and veteran Taniela Waqa. On Friday night, Suva was lucky to have opened scoring in the early minutes of...

22nd February

Letters to the Editor: Monday, February 22, 2021

Hostile road conditions Apparently, rocket science can enable a robotic vehicle to make a historic touchdown on the Martian surface this week, to drill and retrieve soil samples. (FT20/02) However, that same rocket science, still cannot enable the road authority to make a less than conspicuous man-managed landing on our roads, dig and analyse the...

Letters to the Editor – Monday, February 22, 2021

Hostile road conditions Apparently, rocket science can enable a robotic vehicle to make a historic touchdown on the Martian surface this week, to drill and retrieve soil samples. (FT20/02) However, that same rocket science, still cannot enable the road authority to make a less than conspicuous man-managed landing on our roads, dig and analyse the...

21st February

Letters to the Editor – February 21, 2021

Player discipline Poor player discipline stood out like a sore thumb as players continued to be sent to the sin bin during the second leg of the FRU Super 7s Series. The match officials identified some illegal and dangerous tackles that need to be addressed so that our players are trained to adapt to laws...

20th February

Letters to the Editor – February 20, 2021

Front page headlines Bravo, kudos and hats off to the people’s newspaper, the people’s favourite and our number one — The Fiji Times for capturing some very hot and rock-solid news. The Fiji Times has once again gained people’s respect, trust and admiration for the courage taken to report news that is genuine, credible and...

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