Letters To The Editors

18th June

Letters to the Editor – June 18, 2019

Stray dogs a nuisance My heart goes out to the family of two-year-old Amari Whippy who was brutally attacked by a pack of stray dogs. Her attack and the many other attacks on innocent people...

17th June

Letters to the Editor – June 17, 2019

Skipper Cup thrills The Solo Nute-coached Suva brigade marched into the final unbeaten and the boys in blue are set to defend the Skipper Cup title they won in style at Lawaqa Park (36-35). Nadroga, on the other hand, escaped the fury of the Highlanders and came out firing (33-31). The final will definitely bring...

16th June

Letters to the Editor – June 16, 2019

Affection or what IN my time it was “nice bola” or “car shine”. Today, it’s “uro”. Mmmmm … no wonder NCDs (non-communicable diseases) have multiplied! ALLEN LOCKINGTON Kava Place, Waiyavi, Lautoka Congratulations in order Heartiest congratulations to the Capital City side for maintaining superiority and ascendancy for an emphatic win over my young Jack’s Nadi...

15th June

Letters to the Editor – June 15, 2019`

Environmental concerns After analysing the recent budget, I was quite pleased to realise the efforts by the Bainimarama Government in placing a higher levy on the purchase of plastics and also banning certain products in days to come. These have been an environment hazard for quite some time now. I was a bit confused over...

14th June

Letters to the Editor – June 14, 2019

Drug dealers The stern warning by our Prime Minister, Voreqe Bainimaranma, to dealers of hard drugs is not only proper but it’s great to see government stepping up its game to combat drug smuggling by introducing non-intrusive inspection equipment (FT 13/06). Police Commissioner, Brigadier General Sitiveni Qiliho, also stated that police are aware of a...