Letters To The Editors

Letters to the Editor – January 23, 2019

Baber’s preparation for Hamilton Gareth Baber has high hopes and states the team is under no pressure to perform. Further he states he has prepared the team mentally and physically and given the players the...

22nd January

Letters to the Editor – January 22, 2019

Baber takes best Gareth Baber has opted for speed, experience and aggressiveness as he named his 13-man squad for the second leg. The “never-say-die” attitude of Paula and Josua resulted in their comeback to the 7s squad alongside the likes of Nasoko, Nacuqu, Tuwai, Mesu, Sevu, Ben and Naduva while newcomers Tuimaba, Botitu, Derenalagi and...

21st January

Letters to the Editor – January 21, 2019

Police completes hat-trick It did not come to me as a surprise that a fit and well-oiled Police outfit secured this year’s McDonald’s Fiji Coral Coast 7s and in the process completed a hat-trick just as the Tuva Youths did on Thursday. In my Friday letter I had predicted a Police vs Tabadamu final as...

20th January

Letters to the Editor – Sunday, January 20, 2019

Faith-based school With all due respect to the honourable Education Minister and the Human Rights and Anti-Discrimination director — from a Christian perspective, I believe it would be wise to consider the request coming from the head of the Roman Catholic Church in Fiji. Normally I would be on the Government side as I fully...

19th January

Letters to the Editor – Saturday, January 19, 2019

50 years of writing It was a delight to read that one of our veteran writers Seona Smiles has marked 50 years of writing for the No.1 newspaper in Fiji. While I appreciate Seona for her steadfastness, vision and beautiful pieces, I must thank The Fiji Times editor for making sure that her articles appear in The...

18th January

Letters to the Editor – January 18, 2019

Coral Coast 7s running hot The 9th annual McDonald’s Fiji Coral Coast 7s kicks this morning. Sixteen local and overseas teams will compete for the prize money. Furthermore, our local players will try their best to impress our national 7s selectors. Courtesy of Sigatoka River Safari and the brains behind the success of the tournament,...

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