Solomon Islands Editorial News - Solomon Star News


Temotu teachers traveling allowances

Dear Editor – It has been a sorry thing that Temotu Teachers Travelling Allowances (TTA) has been paid to a shipping company by Temotu Education Authority (TEA) has been used by few teachers for their own benefit and also by non teachers who pretend and claim themselves as teachers of Temotu, “shame on you” Tisa lelebet!

The deportation of Moti QC

Dear Editor – The issue surrounding the deportation of Moti QC is an issue that needs close scrutiny by all intelligent Solomon Islanders.

Unfair distribution of East Honiara constituency funds

Dear Editor – Before raising my concern I wish to congratulate the MP for East Honiara and his CDO for a work well done in giving to the people of East Honiara their dues in terms of RCDF, Millennium, Livelihood and other funds that meant to assist the people of East Honiara for Development.

Illegal logging in Shortlands

Dear Editor - On one of your pages on Friday 28/2/14 of your Solomon Star Newspaper No 5442 ran a news article of the above illegal logging on Shortland Islands by Raymond Halepsolo.

Who owns MV Utah Princess?

Dear Editor – On the front page of your issue no. 5445 dated Tuesday 4 March 2014, your paper alleged that Hon. Selwyn Riumana owned MV Utah Princess.

Should we vote back the Lilo cabinet?

Dear Editor – I read a copy or two of Solomon Star each week for the last six weeks.

Police and street vendors

Dear Editor – I'd like to say something on the Royal Solomon islands Police Force (RSIPF) and the street vendors.

East Honiara lacks clinics

Dear Editor – Honiara City Council is doing fine in the health sector in providing clinic for children and a dental one.

Wagina mining issues

Dear Editor – I just want to respond to the comments made by Jonathan Tebabusi Tobire on Tuesday 4th March 2014 Issue No. 5445.

SINU we want our fees back

Dear Editor – Please allow me space in your paper to voice out my frustrations and disappointments on behalf of hundred plus students who were sent out of SINU this week, which includes my sister, who came home very sad and discouraged, which I believe it had the same effect to the rest of the students who were sent home.