Letters To The Editors

Letters to the Editor – May 6, 2021

Hopes within our society Every now and then, The Fiji Times covers some very inspiring stories that touch the very depth of our hearts and give us hope that despite the fast degrading moral values...

5th May

Letters to the Editor – Wednesday, May 5, 2021

Press freedom during COVID-19 WORLD Press Freedom Day was celebrated on May 3. This has come at a no better time when our journalists continue to face unprecedented challenges on reporting during the COVID-19 pandemic. They not only put their lives in danger but also their loved ones as they continue to move around our...

4th May

Letters to the Editor – May 4, 2021

Fiji Times addiction So, the Uluicicias (FT April 17) get their daily dose of news from The Fiji Times. Reading this newspaper has become their morning ritual daily. On this, I shall say you are best informed my respected seniors. This daily dose is in fact, a routine for many citizens in and outside Fiji....

3rd May

Letters to the Editor – Monday, May 3, 2021

World Press Freedom Day On May 3, 2021, the democratic world will celebrate World Press Freedom Day to commemorate 30 years of the signing of the Windhoek Declaration in 1991. This year’s conference is being held in Windhoek, Namibia, with the theme “Information as a public good”. We are living in an information explosion age....

2nd May

Letters to the Editor – May 2, 2021

Saturday edition Thank you The Fiji Times for your Saturday editions, always the best read of the week. But yesterday I was almost becoming depressed as I ploughed through so much COVID news, information. comments, advice, and so on. Even Savenaca Narube was not so much economic-as COVID-related, followed by more articles that were on...

1st May

Letters to the Editor – May 1, 2021

Man of the moment Every evening I stay glued to my TV screen to listen to Dr James Fong, the man of the moment. He brings hope and cheer on our faces. His dissemination of the latest information on the killer COVID-19 virus is chilling indeed. It is frightening that the matter can get out...

30th April

Letters to the Editor – April 30, 2021

Hard work pays off When Fred Wesley uploaded a preview of the following day’s The Fiji Times on his Facebook page, I couldn’t wait to read the story of Paula Balekana who signed a contract with the Houston SaberCats for the 2021 Major League Rugby season. His message to the kids was touching: “To achieve...

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