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  • 01
  • Aug

Police alone cannot fight to reduce crime in the city because of lack of manpower and resources.

  • 21
  • Jul

The World Cup 2014 matches in Brazil just ended.

  • 20
  • Jul

What can be done to replenish Tuna stocks?

  • 26
  • Jun

CORRUPTION also means unfairness and in the sense of mining sector where resources are scarce and the hype for benefits are high corruption can often set in.

  • 26
  • Jun

While computers can be trusted to churn out the rubbish, can we trust ourselves to do the same?

  • 23
  • Jun

I would like to acknowledge John Iromea and Jay A Taunau for sharing their views on Outcome Based Education (OBE) in the past Solomon Star issues.

  • 17
  • Jun

My Column in last Friday’s paper on what vocal Malaitans really want in terms of development drew quite a following.

  • 17
  • Jun

I refer to the above article in your local news column of your paper in yesterday’s issue where the CEO of FSII, Benjamin Afuga claimed that he had unsuccessfully attempted to talk to our management over the incident.

  • 17
  • Jun

I am writing this article from the provincial capital of the Western Province, Gizo.

  • 11
  • Jun

LAST week, we discussed about fear of devaluation of Fiji dollar. This week our focus is on the fear of appreciation of Papua New Guinea (PNG)’s currency, the kina.
Under a fixed exchange rate regime, the Fiji dollar can be up-valued or devalued only by central bank. 

  • 09
  • Jun

Corruption can be eradicated and reduced in the country if all citizens seriously take up the responsibility to phase it out.

  • 02
  • Jun

Thank you for choosing to read this week’s column. My name is Dr Brinsley Lane and I am a doctor of chiropractic.