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Letters to the Editor (944)

  • 28
  • Nov

Dear Editor - Just a personal observation and the views here are without prejudice as they say in the legal fraternity and more.

  • 28
  • Nov

Dear Editor - I write in reply to Mr John Aonima’s letter to the editor published in the Solomon Star on 22nd November, 2017 regarding the above subject.

  • 28
  • Nov

Dear Editor – I was very excited when my plans to go home after a decade, for festive holidays last year, turns out positive.

  • 16
  • Nov

Dear Editor - I write to convey our congratulation to Hon. Rick Hou on his election to be the PM for Solomon islands.

  • 16
  • Nov

Dear Editor - The MP for small Malaita is now our new Prime Minister. Congratulations Alaha for given the duty to navigate our destiny for the next 10 months.

  • 16
  • Nov

Dear Editor - Radio New Zealand International yesterday, 15 November 2017, focused on the new Solomon Islands Prime Minister.  This is a précis of the RNZI news bulletin.

  • 16
  • Nov

Dear Editor – I wish to thank Ambrose Oiofa Dolofera for his reply to my article in Solomon Star issue No: 6748, Thursday 9 November, 2017.

  • 10
  • Oct

Dear Editor – I’ve read many articles about Dr Reginald Aipia’s beche-de-mer saga.

  • 10
  • Oct

Dear Editor - The letter authored by Tepuke P. Hakatigisa’a from White River which came out last Friday in this column is interesting.

  • 10
  • Oct

Dear Editor - World Maritime Day (28 September) has been marked around the world in a series of events and celebrations led by International Maritime Organization (IMO) from its London headquarters. Seafaring nations, coastal states and the shipping industry staged conferences, seminars and public events under the 2017 theme “Connecting Ships, Ports and People”.

  • 07
  • Sep

Dear Editor – I lived here between the peripheries of the capital of Solomon Islands in one of those areas labelled as back squatters (not to be named for the purpose of fairness), despite the fact we have access to all basic services in the country.

  • 07
  • Sep

Dear Editor – I recommend the Minister of Home affairs & Deputy PM Mannaseh Maelanga for being considerate and the lengthy impasse which rocked the Honiara City Council.

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