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Fighting corruption

Dear Editor – The DCC makes its position loud and clear that they will fight corruption head on.

Potential sale of GRML

Dear Editor – The Solomon Islands Government Prime Minister's Press Secretariat Office posted a media release on Facebook on 13 April 2015 titled “SIG MAINTAINS POSITION ON GOLD RIDGE WATER SAFETY”, which has subsequently been referred to in various media reports.

New SIVB board

Dear Editor – I have noticed in your recent newspaper that Solomon Airlines, through the Ministry of Finance and Treasury, had advertised the posts of directors for the Solomon Airlines Board.

The Tilapia

Dear Editor – Please publish the following:

Aiding the fight against corruption

Dear Editor – According to a news item on Radio New Zealand International on 13 April 2015, reporting alleged corrupt practices by sending text messages has had positive results in PNG.

Implications of market renovation

Dear Editor – Whilst I am really happy with the city council's current central market renovations, it is rather unfortunate that no alternative central location is secured, to cater for market goers to continue trading in a centralised location.

NTU leadership

Dear Editor – If you would allow me to raise my concern and view regarding the current performance of National Training Unit, this year 2015.

Logging development

Dear Editor – May I refer to what has been said against me in the Solomon Star issued on 22/02/15 in which my Premier has been said to be part of it?

Faulty mining licences on Rennell

THE Attorney General Chamber is recommending cancellation of mining licenses on Rennell Island.

CBSI issues new monetary policy stance

FOLLOWING a Central Bank of Solomon Islands (CBSI) Board of Directors meeting on Wednesday, the Governor and Chairman of the Board, Denton Rarawa announced that the CBSI monetary policy stance for the next 6 months will remain accommodative but with a particular bias towards addressing the excess liquidity in the banking system.

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