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Makili: SI throws Taiwan in lions’ den

THE action taken by the Solomon Islands government is like dumping Taiwan into a lion’s den says a local civil society activist Lawrence Makili. 


Pro-China MPs’ $1m attempt to bribe Malaita Premier fails

Father’s Day

DEAR EDITOR - Many thanks to Lawrence Kiko of Borderline for his comments and most importantly highlighting the brief history about the original idea and theme of what is father’s day concept.  Solomon Star Issue No. 7311, Tuesday 3 September 2019. 


DEAR EDITOR -Thank you for the space to get this message to all God fearing people of Solomon Islands. 

Solomons, New Zealand take charge in Group A

Both Solomon Islands and New Zealand have produced dominant performances to get their  OFC Men’s Olympic Qualifying campaigns off to a flying start in Fiji.

Is China our saviour?

DEAR EDITOR – What a sad day – now that some of our leaders have chosen China! 

US offer to Malaita

DEAR EDITOR – In the Solomon star of Friday 20th Malaita  premier Suidani said that the SIG decision to sever ties with Taiwan deprived Malaita and its people largely from benefiting from a USD$300 million package offered by USA to  Malaita for its development aspirations.

Switch leaves SI with $53M outstanding loan

DEAR EDITOR – The people of Solomon Islands are already facing a bill from the switch that Sogavare’s government voted for on Monday 16 September.  

Basis of our foreign policy

DEAR EDITOR – Solomon Islands is an independent state that has gained its independence in 1978 thanks to the Ma’asina rule – the movement with vision that enabled us to stand on our own. 

Reflection on SI, Taiwan & China

     As the pro-Chinese emphatically exclaimed “Its China”, Island Sun headline last Tuesday said it all; “September 16 - A sad day”. 

Yes, I agree, it’s a sad day indeed.

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