Solomon Islands Letters to the Editor - Solomon Star News


What are public offences?

THIS week’s launch of the Public Order Offences Consultation Paper marks the beginning of information dissemination and consultations on the offences under public order.

Call to create extra wards

A MEMBER of the Provincial Assembly (MPA) in the current Western provincial government has called on the province to consider increasing the number of wards to cater for the increasing population in the rural communities. 

Manelusi: why we suspend officers

THE Correctional Service Solomon Islands (CSSI) says the suspension of two of its senior officers was procedural and legal.

Aust Naval ship arrives here today

THE Royal Australian Navy ship HMAS Adelaide arrives today in Honiara to support Joint Task Force 637 partnership activities in Solomon Islands. 

RSIPF congratulates leaders and people of Choiseul Province

The Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) congratulates the leaders and people of Choiseul Province for a peaceful motion of no-confidence in the provincial premier which was moved yesterday (22 October 2019) but withdrawn by the proposed mover during the meeting of the Choiseul Provincial Assembly.

RSIPF uproots gardens of marijuana in Guadalcanal Province

The Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) calls on members of the communities in North East Guadalcanal including village chiefs, church leaders, women and youth leaders to assist police identify those responsible for planting gardens of marijuana in the Mbarande area which have been uprooted during a two-day operation.

Honiara to be ‘Environmental Learning City’ 


THE Chairman of the Honiara Partnership Committee (HPC) Judah Suimae says Honiara will be declared an “Environmental learning City” on October 31st.

YECSI, Solomon Power partner to create ‘Lightbulb Group’

Following the successful launch of the Home Blo Iumi Program in September 2019, the Young Entrepreneurs Council of Solomon Islands (YECSI) has fostered a partnership with Solomon Power in the creation of the ‘Lightbulb Group’ program.

Wale slams Tovosia’s promises

OPPOSITION leader Matthew Wale has expressed concern over recent promises Minister for Mines, Energy & Rural Electrification, Bradley Tovosia made to the leaders and people of Makira/Ulawa Province, suggesting that China will assist them in their development aspirations.

Liloqula: law reform vital for development

LAW reform is important to the development of the country.

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