DEAR EDITOR – Please allow me space in your paper.
DEAR EDITOR – Can you imagine the Fraud Department at the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force have no telephone number or extension line?
DEAR EDITOR – Could you please print this article in your paper before the boat leaves home on the Thursday the 17th of April?
DEAR EDITOR – Thank you for this blessed opportunity which I would like to use to releash some fresh thoughts regarding the Death and Resurrection of Christ for all of us and the beloved people of Solomon Islands.
DEAR EDITOR – Dear Editor, I would be pleased if you could kindly print my poem in your coming issue.
DEAR EDITOR – I wish to respond to Dick Douglas, SIBC current affairs news yesterday regarding the call for St Barbara Mining Limited to return.
Honiara is buzzing with excitement as national soccer teams from seven regional countries started arriving in the country for the much awaited Oceania Nations Cup.
ITS startling and disappointing to learn that Solomon Islands has one of the highest rates in the world in terms of youths taking up smoking at an early age.
WHAT a joyous celebrations it was in Honiara, country and the region yesterday.
AFTER ten days of soccer action at the Lawson Tama Stadium in Honiara the Oceania Nations Cup competition has finally come to an end.