Letters To The Editors

Letters to the Editor – Wednesday, October 5, 2022

Panthers win NRL title THE NRL excitement was overwhelming. Nerves had started to kick in as the Penrith Panthers were one game away from back-to-back premiership glory. The Parramatta Eels were one game away from...

4th October

Letters to the Editor – Tuesday, October 4, 2022

Road safety concern The LTA chief executive, Flagon Bekker’s release of traffic infringements (FT 2/10) is a clear indication that many drivers are not concerned with safe driving to prevent accidents. To ensure everyone’s safety, the LTA has mounted awareness programs with training in schools. We can save many lives by following the rules, cooperating...

3rd October

Letters to the Editor – Monday, September 3, 2022

Lions roar, set to battle Marist THE Suva Grammar School U-18 side is ready to end their 17-year wait as the Lions face Marist Brothers High School in the final at Churchill Park. The Lions were impressive with their set pieces. Led by Livai Tawake, the Lions demonstrated a fighting character, composure and team bonding...

1st October

Letters to the Editor – Saturday, October 1, 2022

Ground development CAN the appropriate authorities immediately advise the inquisitive Lautoka people on what category of development is currently being undertaken at Churchill Park ground number 3? It resembles an open war trench and a rice paddy field. Dhaan boi ka? Earlier in the week, rows of impenetrable non-transparent metal fences were being mounted along...

30th September

Letters to the Editor – Friday, September 30, 2022

Tale of two heartbeats AS I read through the piece by Shanelle Prasad titled “Tale of two heart beats” (FT 29/09), I thought about the statistics released by the World Health Organization which revealed that 84 per cent of all deaths in Fiji were caused by NCDs. WHO also revealed that 6038 Fijians lost their...

29th September

Letters to the Editor – Thursday, September 29, 2022

A heartfelt present for Jessica It is shocking that every two seconds one person under the age of 70 loses his or her life to non-communicable diseases! The World Health Organization, in a report titled Invisible numbers: The true extent of noncommunicable diseases and what to do about them stated major risk factors. These included...

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