Letters to the Editor - Solomon Star News

Letters to the Editor (1081)

  • 16
  • Jun

 

Dear Editor - As a rural dweller and one victimised by the industrialised nation's greed, I found the surface thought of a certain Fr Akao, interesting and a little inspiring.

  • 16
  • Jun

Dear Editor - The recent news revealing that government experience shortage of lawyers is a mistake from those who do planning and scholarship awards to students attending universities under Solomon Islands government (SIG) sponsorship.

  • 16
  • Jun

Dear Editor - Can the management of Bank South Pacific (BSP) do something to improve its services.

  • 16
  • Jun

Dear Editor - With much respect for this country’s fine cultural tradition of decorating public spaces by spitting red coloured betel nut stain all over them, I would like take this opportunity to kindly request that people refrain from decorating my car in this fashion.

  • 16
  • Jun

Dear Editor – Asia Pacific Investment Development (APID) wish to clarify issues raised on the front page of the Sunday Star dated 10th June 2018 that carried the $3M unpaid bills claims.

  • 16
  • Jun

Dear Editor – It is coming, watch out, like a tsunami wave, or a devastating cyclone, or a deadly killer shark, like a roaring lion, (though not the devil himself).

  • 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 – Solomon Airlines is becoming a hopeless national carrier and service provider.

  • 16
  • Jun

Dear Editor – A week ago the students of Bokonavera community high school have raised a complaint in the public media about the issue of poor and non-attendance of teachers in the classroom learning periods that contributed poorly towards the students’ academic preparation for the coming national form 3 & 5 exams for this year 2018.

  • 24
  • May

Dear Editor – Andrew D Muaki's first article in his Friday’s weekly viewpoint column 'Voice from the side' (Solomon Star), he raised illustratively the topic 'Sleep Walking' and correlated well to the current National Government's actions on West Papua.

  • 24
  • May

Dear Editor – Thank you once more for allowing me to respond to Leonard Meneseng, who claimed to be the wise man from the east and a senior citizen of Temotu Province.

  • 24
  • May

Dear Editor – I walked past Police Headquarters at Rove on the morning of 17th May 2018 and witnessed the illegal engagement of both the Police Band and PRT officers to display in front of the Commissioner’s office for a purported Birthday celebration ceremony.

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