Letters To The Editors

Letters to the Editor – April 16, 2021

New rugby era Until I depart, I will strongly hold on to my belief that one of our future Flying Fijians squads will lift the William Webb Ellis trophy. I hold similar sentiments regarding the...

15th April

Letters to the Editor – Thursday, April 15, 2021

Game time I agree with Joe Rodan — the general manager sales and corporate affairs of Paradise Beverages that our national 7s side needs quality opposition, as it races against time to prepare for this year’s Tokyo Games. The national 7s side was taken to the wire during the 45th Fiji Bitter Marist 7s tournament...

14th April

Letters to the Editor – April 14, 2021

Rama, like the old wine That Navua v Ba soccer match action photo on the front page of The Fiji Times (12/04) taken by veteran photographer Rama was simply superb. In one shot he captured three determined players battling for possession and the referee on the spot right on top of the action. Rama, like...

13th April

Letters to the Editor – Tuesday, April 4, 2021

That special picture Sometimes, we see The Fiji Times photographers taking hundreds of photos at sporting events and we wonder where they all go. I will tell you, check out this photo of Nadi’s Napolioni Dawai’s photo taken by our The Fiji Times photographer Baljeet Singh. (ST 11/04). Napolioni’s eyes tell you he was focused....

12th April

Letters to the Editor – April 12, 2021

Discovering Fiji As usual, John Kamea’s The Sunday Times feature “Discovering Fiji” always brings to the fore, often forgotten and sometimes not so well-known pieces of our colourful history. The piece titled “Waqa sa Vuka” in ST 11/04, was an interesting one on our aviation history. It’s a real pity that the Kingsford-Smith Pavilion that...

11th April

Letters to the Editor: Sunday, April 11, 2021

Joy over Levuka trip I am happy that a government minister visited Ovalau and the Old Capital to see the sinkholes and potholes on the roads. My government cares and visited to see the issues faced by its people after so many letters in The Fiji Times by concerned citizens. I am sure the roads...

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