However one cares to look at it, the 2018 general election is shaping up to be a much anticipated one it seems.
FROM a humble beginning, the Fiji Bitter Marist 7s has grown in strength and coverage.
CAN the authorities concerned please enlighten the public, particularly the peaceful residents of Simla on when they would repair the damaged walkway leading up to the Lautoka Hospital?
"THEY should be happy at least we have fasttracked the process and of course, yes. What do you want to prove? You just want to have elections just for the sake of having it or you want to test the ground whether you have the support or no."
LPGs (liquified petroleum gas) cars and hybrids running as taxis on our roads offer some advantages such as being environment friendly and cheap on mileage.
When will a certain company free up and redevelop our grounds currently piled up with their construction materials?
I believe the Nadi Town Council and Housing Authority haven't compensated us for the loss of a public utility.
How long will we suffer? Can't they sublease the vacant land next to Skylodge?
Hopefully the new CEO of the Nadi Town Council comes out of his comfy chambers to view this junkyard.
Waiting in vain!
Mervin H Ali
Don't worry Wise, we will go and watch Fiji play New Zealand today.
Reference is made to a letter titled: "Old politicians" dated 18/03/17 by one Narayan Reddy.
I thank Josefa Gavidi FT 24/03 for his response.
I heartily await the approval for when each municipality will be run by the people and elected members. My minister friend said it was in the pipeline. But he said this a long time ago and I am sure it's nearing the end of the pipe now.
Allen Lockington, Kava Place, Waiyavi, Lautoka
Almost every day we read in the letters column about people giving ideas on how we can solve traffic jams during peak hours in the morning and afternoon to evenings.
Thank you Mr Sports Minister Laisenia Tuitubou for your comments (FT 23/3) that the 7s game cannot be franchised just yet.
I am writing in reply to a letter that was published in The Fiji Times mentioning that a school in Sabeto had no Year 2 teacher from the beginning of the year.
The week-long work- shop organised by the Education Ministry for Years 1 and 2 teachers throughout Fiji in improving literacy teaching strategies within the teachers is timely and commendable.
I would like to thank Parveen Kumar, Minister for Local Government, Housing and Environment, Infrastructure and Transport for appointing Binesh Naidu the chief executive officer of Tavua Town Council. I believe the soccer standard in Tavua has gone down. Tavua soccer team is in the senior division.
Gareth Baber says winning series leg titles is not an objective as the current squad has a lot of new players.
VILLAGERS of Udu district in Macuata, Vanua Levu, have set themselves a goal they hope will bear fruit in 30 years time.
Opposition political parties contesting the 2018 election might as well form one party!
I have been following reports about students being expelled from some renown schools recently.
NATIONAL Down Syndrome Day was celebrated on Tuesday.
AS a concerned citizen of the country, I would like to talk in regards to an article released in The Fiji Times on February 7 and March 3, 2017, on the front page.
INVESTMENT from overseas is always like a lottery for many people.
THE bigwigs keep saying there are far too many cars on our roads, true, but what about our roads?
ARE our roads leading into the Capital City struggling with peak hour traffic?