Letters to the Editor - Solomon Star News

Letters to the Editor (1081)

  • 19
  • Jun

Dear Editor - There have been concerns over our connections with the Republic of Taiwan (ROC) and the mainland China.

  • 19
  • Jun

Dear Editor - Japan has done it again. This time it has stepped in to upgrade the Honiara international airport and its terminal.

  • 19
  • Jun

Dear Editor - It was especially gratifying for me to learn over the weekend that the Hearts of Hope (HOH) charitable organization, based in Malaita, had given more than 40 tiny babies sets of clothing, including shirts and caps.

  • 19
  • Jun

Dear Editor - Recently the Prime Minister took time on his visit to Taiwan to observe the working of a CT scan and expressed an interest in obtaining such an invaluable diagnostic tool for the Solomon Islands.

  • 17
  • Jun


Dear Editor
 – Increased lawlessness in Northeast Guadalcanal reflects the MP’s poor leadership!

  • 16
  • Jun

Dear Editor – I write to respond to one Samson Siru, who was quoted in your paper Tuesday this week, opposing the concept of voting outside one’s constituency.

  • 16
  • Jun

Dear Editor – Allow me a space to continue to express my views on the inappropriateness of the South Pacific Games Sporting Complex location.

  • 16
  • Jun

Dear Editor – Later this month, 27 year old Millicent Barty will be travelling to London where she will receive H.M. The Queen's Young Leaders Award in recognition of the fine work she has done to educate and empower young and under-privileged people throughout the country.

  • 16
  • Jun

Dear Editor – Please publish the following poem:

  • 16
  • Jun

Dear Editor – Whether we like it or not, it’s slowly but surely creeping into the land, the same sex marriage affair.

  • 16
  • Jun

Dear Editor – When addressing the New Zealand Pacific Council in Auckland recently, Prime Minister Rick Hou spoke about the need for the Solomon Islands to gradually curtail aid and to replace it with trade.

  • 16
  • Jun

Dear Editor - An overview of health in the Solomon Islands remains characterized by high levels of infectious diseases, including malaria, respiratory diseases, water borne diarrhoea diseases and an increasing prevalence of non-communicable diseases (NCDs). 

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