Letters to the Editor - Solomon Star News

Letters to the Editor (1145)

  • 17
  • Sep

Dear Editor – I read the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) response to a letter written by Peter Forau from Vanuatu.

  • 17
  • Sep

Dear Editor – Please publish my poem.

  • 17
  • Sep

Dear Editor – I would like to raise my question to the Electoral Commission’s office on validity of nomination for candidacy, in this coming National Election for clarification.

  • 17
  • Sep

Dear Editor - In the Solomon Star Issue 5617, the Director General of the Melanesian Spearhead Group (MSG), Mr Peter Forau labeled the PM as “failed the country” and “…allowed himself to be misled by stupid citizens with self-serving interests and motives who are working in the PM’s Office.”

  • 17
  • Sep

Dear Editor - As a citizen of this country I have been very disappointed on how drivers of vehicles have carelessly  and do think that they own a walk path and do whatever they may wish without think the risk of pedestrian used that walk path every morning and evening.

  • 17
  • Sep

Dear Editor – I received wonderful news last week that Dr Rodgers, the former Director General for SPC is running in the elections.

  • 11
  • Sep

Dear Editor – Please insert this short note of mine about how the Japanese Government must have felt in relation to the handing over ceremony that occurred on Wednesday the 3rd September 2014.

  • 11
  • Sep

Dear Editor – The 9th parliament naturally died Monday this week and as we prepare to elect the 10th, it is always good to reflect on the 9th parliament so that their strength and weaknesses can be used to decide who to elect this time round.

  • 11
  • Sep

Dear Editor – Last week, my Fruit Juice blender equipment could not function after only using it once since it was bought in April of this year.

  • 11
  • Sep

Dear Editor – There was a Business Excellence Awards 2014 Gala Night held at Heritage Park Hotel on Saturday 30th August 2014.

  • 11
  • Sep

Dear Editor – I write in response to the statement made by the deputy prime minister Manasseh Maelanga on the Malaita Province’s second appointed day at Malu’u during which he told Malaitans to blame themselves for the lack of development in the province.

  • 11
  • Sep

Dear Editor – It’s good to see the underpass next to the Hyundai Mall now back in operation again, which makes it easy for some of those who are unable to cross the roads to go underground.