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ON gender equality – it is no secret that the Pacific is lagging.

Women in men’s world

WHEN you think of SIEA (Solomon Islands Electricity Authority), you normally think of men in orange overalls working on power poles or fixing generators, or checking meter boxes.

Why do avoidable deaths occur?

THE remarks below were made by an Australian Judge Justice Stephen Pallaras, who had been serving in the country. These were remarks made in relation to a murder case he judged. This is the observation he made in relation to deaths and service provided by the National Referral Hospital.

POLITICAL COMMENTARY: ‘2006 riot is a wake up call’

Solomon Islanders are anticipating for going into the pools for national election in December.  Interestingly the political climate now is MP’s and intending candidates, joined the political race and campaigning is in top gear, in the streets of Honiara, provincial centres, rural areas even to their door steps.

Educational commentary: ‘Lilo’s greatest gift’

As the Gordon Darcy Lilo government the National Coalition for Rural Advancement (NCRA) is coming to an end; to be frank his term expires on September when our Parliament will dissolve.

How a magistrate bullied us

ON the 24th of March, 2014 we were in a court room at the Honiara Magistrate waiting for our Customary Land Appeal Court (CLAC) cases to be heard.

SIEA generators

Dear Editor – Its with excitement to read last week about SIEA commissioning two new generators at its Honiara power station.

Obstacle to Sikaiana secondary education

Dear Editor – Sikaiana primary students find hard to enter secondary education due to high school fees.

Moti

Dear Editor – I am following up my previous article about appointment of Mr Moti as Attorney General because I have requested the responsible Commissioner or anyone at all to correct my comments on the issue but it looks though the Commissioner does not wish to take side or to comment on the issue.

Real Kakamora 11 nil loss

Dear Editor – As one of the regular spectators of this 2013 TSL, I cannot imagine and believe what I saw after spending my last 20 dollars entrance fee to watch the game between X-Beam FC and Real Kakamora FC on last Sunday 2pm.