Letters to the Editor - Solomon Star News

Letters to the Editor (1145)

  • 25
  • Aug

Dear Editor – The current regime is heading towards the exit door and another soon to take over.

  • 25
  • Aug

Dear Editor – Tourism must be seriously looked into by a new government. This country has a real future in that industry. I therefore would like to give this short note about tourism for our leaders and people.

  • 25
  • Aug

Dear Editor – I would appreciate a space in your letters column for my views to be heard. This is about the condemnable activity in West Honiara’s Karaina community.

  • 22
  • Aug

Dear Editor – The hysterical reply by Mr Talasasa to my comments made at a Family Violence workshop has disappointed many people in Solomon Islands.

  • 22
  • Aug

Dear Editor – Someone who needs to be thanked was ignored by the head of the Anglican Church of Melanesian (C.O.M) during the recent visit by the Archbishop of Canterbury.

  • 22
  • Aug

Dear Editor – I write to express the views of those representing Focus Taekwondo Club in Honiara, concerning the current Solomon Islands Taekwondo Union (S.I.T.U) President and his executive.

  • 22
  • Aug

Dear Editor – I'd like to contribute to a debate regarding the current Member of Parliament for North West Choiseul.

  • 21
  • Aug

Dear Editor – May I respond to the above, or your front page cover-star No 5596 in Thursday’s issue.

  • 21
  • Aug

Dear Editor – I refer to an article in your paper of 19 August 2014 in which Peter Boso questioned the credibility of POB and whether or not the CBSI had done a thorough work in the application process.

  • 21
  • Aug

Dear Editor – The official response to my recent inquiry about progress with a Federal Constitution indicates that we shouldn’t waste time waiting for it.

  • 21
  • Aug

Dear Editor – I take the opportunity to acknowledge Jacob Ofasia’s question regarding what CEMA is really doing now as appeared in Solomon Star, issue No. 5594.

  • 21
  • Aug

Dear Editor – A Friend of mine who attended the shell money festival in the Langalanga Lagoon over the weekend commented that while it was interesting it was not well organised.