Letters To The Editors

Letters to the Editor – Tuesday, January, 19, 2021

Animal cruelty I refer to Amrit Singh’s letter on animal cruelty (FT 16/01). It is heartbreaking to read about how your dog has suffered and the extent of his injuries. While this behaviour from humans...

Letters to the Editor – Monday, January, 18, 2021

Free education I’m not sure why parents are feeling so much pressure about providing uniforms and textbooks for their children. Are they afraid their children will not be accepted into school this new school year without such commodities? After all, primary education in Fiji is free and the UN Convention on the Rights of the...

18th January

Letters to the Editor: Monday, January 18, 2021

Free education I’m not sure why parents are feeling so much pressure about providing uniforms and textbooks for their children. Are they afraid their children will not be accepted into school this new school year without such commodities? After all, primary education in Fiji is free and the UN Convention on the Rights of the...

17th January

Letters to the Editor: Sunday, January 17, 2021

Thank you The Fiji Times Thank you The Fiji Times for that picture of Julie Sutherland, a face to the name (FT 16/1). Thank you ma’am for your inspiring and thoughtful letters. ALLEN LOCKINGTON Kava Place, Lautoka   Well done Thank you for honouring Julie Sutherland’s story in this way. And especially, a huge thank...

16th January

Letters to the Editor: Saturday, January 16, 2021

Letter of the year No ribbons for victims I applaud Mr Chang for his acknowledgement of victims of crime (FT 01/11) as we celebrate Yellow Ribbon Day to support prisoners and their families. While it is a noble gesture indeed to provide counselling, vocational training and other support to prisoners, as well as employment opportunities...

15th January

Letters to the Editor: Friday, January 15, 2021

Vasemaca weaves to help mum Thumbs up to Dudley Intermediate School student Vasemaca Vakalala who has been helping her mother Mereoni Adimaisau weave mats late into the night because she had to buy a new pair of school uniforms. According to Ms Adimaisau, whose husband suffered from an illness and was unable to find a...

Letters to the Editor – Thursday, January 14, 2021

Sacrifice to make ends meet Hat off to 10-year-old Joji Solomone for sacrificing his family time to help his grandmother Viniana Teku sell food items at the Suva Municipal Market. Joji, who is a Year 5 student at Dravo Primary School, had to join his siblings to put in their fair share of work in...

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