Letters to the Editor - Solomon Star News

Letters to the Editor (1102)

  • 03
  • Sep

Dear Editor – The current role carried out by the Chiefs and traditional leaders has been limited by law (legislation).

  • 03
  • Sep

Dear Editor – It is now high time that every voting indigenous Solomon Islander rise up and use the ballot box to change direction and defend their every right to live in this land and be prosper rather than being sidelined like strangers in their own land.

  • 03
  • Sep

Dear Editor – I could not be given in easily to temptation. That is why I am valuable.

  • 03
  • Sep

Dear Editor – I wish to respond to the letter written by Peter Dikota (Solstar issue: 5601).

  • 03
  • Sep

Dear Editor - May I respond to Abraham Repaka’s piece of information provided to Solstar issue no.5599 published on Monday 25/08/14 concerning above debated heading.

  • 03
  • Sep

Dear Editor - Media reports of government's intention to take over St. Barbara's Gold Ridge Mine brings to mind the manner in which the former 'government' House and Land (now occupied by Heritage Hotel) was dealt with.

  • 03
  • Sep

Dear Editor - The Premier of Western Province should sack his Deputy Hon. Brisbane Amatore, MPA for Inner Shortlands, for his disgraceful behavior. Just the other night (26/08/14) he was drunk and came to our house at Kombevatu around 10pm and started swearing at us unprovoked. This is his second time. 

  • 03
  • Sep

Dear Editor – Some small earners or grassroots are NPF members.

  • 02
  • Sep

Dear Editor – I'd like to comment on some of things raised by Mr Manuru as appeared in Solomon star 23rd August against 2014s against the MP for the North West Choiseul.

  • 02
  • Sep

Dear Editor – While I support the present government call to localize the ownership of the only mining in the country I am concern over the attitudes and policy of the NCRA regime and their term in office.

  • 02
  • Sep

Dear Editor – You raised this issue in Star No 5600 of 26/08/'14.

  • 02
  • Sep

Dear Editor – I write to register my genuine wish for the next National Parliament House to consist of 50 ladies instead of 50 gentlemen who are not at all gentle.