Letters

‘Letters To The Editor’-Where’s The Promise?
Letters, Opinion

‘Letters To The Editor’-Where’s The Promise?

In the national budget speech, we heard that an increase in social welfare for Elders was coming.   The sad thin...

‘Letters To The Editor’-Stray Animals
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‘Letters To The Editor’-Stray Animals

It has been an ongoing issue despite numerous complaints to the police and agricultural department. Recently, I h...

‘Letters To The Editor’-SODELPA’s Threat
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‘Letters To The Editor’-SODELPA’s Threat

According to media reports (fake or otherwise) SODELPA has issued a seven-day warning to Prime Minister Sitiveni Rab...

‘Letters To The Editor’-Same Sex Marriages
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‘Letters To The Editor’-Same Sex Marriages

It is shocking to hear Reverend Viniana Rokomasi Ravetali supporting same sex marriage.   Is she a real church p...

‘Letters To The Editor’-Values
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‘Letters To The Editor’-Values

Times have changed. In the past, the audio-visual media in particular was flooded with messages on prevention of a w...

‘Letters To The Editor’-TIN Law 2017
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‘Letters To The Editor’-TIN Law 2017

As a concerned member of the public, I wish to raise an issue about a certain legislation - TIN 2017.   I feel t...

Editorial: Waseem’s Servant’s Towel
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Editorial: Waseem’s Servant’s Towel

Call for action on service amidst acts of selflessness in Fiji. Service, an adjective that should end the week on...

Editorial: Caught In The Undertow
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Editorial: Caught In The Undertow

Japan's quiet diplomacy rises from donor to potential superpower in the Pacific.  It was all about the money. Ju...

‘Letter to the Editor’-Sub-Standard Rental Cars
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‘Letter to the Editor’-Sub-Standard Rental Cars

Many of them rented vehicles from differ­ent rental car companies. Unfortunately, most of the vehicles rented were ...

‘Letter to the Editor’-People Friendly
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‘Letter to the Editor’-People Friendly

As a concerned citizen, I humbly call on the Government and relevant stakeholders to look into the plight of our dis...

Letter To The Editor: Potholes
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Letter To The Editor: Potholes

Bad roads and pothole issues must be ad­dressed as soon as before residents turn them into "lovo" pits.

Letter To The Editor: Priority
Letters, Opinion

Letter To The Editor: Priority

Papua New Guinea's Prime Minister James Marape will open their embassy in Israel (The National 29/8).

Letter To The Editor: Nothing’s changed
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Letter To The Editor: Nothing’s changed

The National Federation Party (NFP), union movement, NGOs and others are quiet about PM Sitiveni Rabuka's feelings o...

Letter To The Editor: Nadi RiverBank
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Letter To The Editor: Nadi RiverBank

The banks of the Nadi River, closest to the Nadi bridge, the vacant shopping complex and the former Nadi Farmers Clu...

Letter To The Editor: Flying Fijians Memo
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Letter To The Editor: Flying Fijians Memo

No doubt, Frank Lomani is amoung the best halfbacks/fly-halves in the country.

Letter To The Editor: Great weekend
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Letter To The Editor: Great weekend

For the Victorian families and supporters, the Deans Trophy win after a four-year drought brings great joy to the cu...

Letter To The Editor: Major Events
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Letter To The Editor: Major Events

Two major events have taken place in Suva recently – the Methodist Church annual conference and the Fijian Teacher...

Letters To The Editor: West Papua
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Letters To The Editor: West Papua

The Southeast Asian Times report ‘Melanesian Spearhead Group cannot reach consensus on membership for West Papua...

Letters To The Editor: Pacific Eye Institute
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Letters To The Editor: Pacific Eye Institute

In the past eight days, many other Nadi residents, me included, have had initial screening, cataract op and first re...

Editorial-Methodist Church Faces Crucial Wake-Up Call
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Editorial-Methodist Church Faces Crucial Wake-Up Call

Rekindling the sacred calling of service in ministry Reverend Ili Vunisuwai, the outgoing president of the Methodist...

‘Letter’s To The Editor’-Rise In Street Fights
Letters, Opinion

‘Letter’s To The Editor’-Rise In Street Fights

It was brought to my attention, as a Fijian citizen, that there have been many fights taking place in Suva. 

‘Letter’s To The Editor’-Traffic Jams
FIJI NEWS, Letters, Opinion

‘Letter’s To The Editor’-Traffic Jams

I wish to express my concern about the traffic jam along the Nausori- Lami corridor to and from Suva area during pea...

Letter To The Editor- A Miracle Win
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Letter To The Editor- A Miracle Win

Words simply fail to aptly describe rugby history in the making, Sunday at 4:10am August 27, 2023.

Letter To The Editor- Appreciate Nurses
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Letter To The Editor- Appreciate Nurses

For years, even before the pandemic had hit, our nurses have always been there for each and every patient. They too...

Letter To The Editor-Lamb Product Price
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Letter To The Editor-Lamb Product Price

It is really alarming to see despite the zero % fiscal duty on lamb products announced and passed in 2023 /2024 Budg...

Letter To The Editor-History Creators
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Letter To The Editor-History Creators

Once again, Simon’s boys have proven to world come the Rugby World Cup, it will be different story.

‘Letter To The Editor’  Itaukei In Poverty
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‘Letter To The Editor’ Itaukei In Poverty

Wise Muavono (FS 24/8) presents a simplis­tic rather than a sociological interpretation of iTaukei poverty.

‘Letter To The Editor’  How To Get Rich
Letters, Opinion

‘Letter To The Editor’ How To Get Rich

I used to think the Fijian Holdings Limited was set up for the ordinary iTaukei , where­by they could become shareh...

‘Letter To The Editor’ Passing knowledge
Letters, Opinion

‘Letter To The Editor’ Passing knowledge

Family life education should be included in the school curriculum. Etiquette comes down to how accurate and adequate...

‘Letter To The Editor’ Mere’s legacy
Letters, Opinion

‘Letter To The Editor’ Mere’s legacy

After Mere Tuisalolo Samisoni (RIP) died, at 85, if I am correct, she had left a legacy indeed for the nation.

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