Solomon Islands Letters to the Editor - Solomon Star News

Letters to the Editor (944)

  • 26
  • Aug

Dear Editor – Please accord me space to join many others in congratulating the people of East Kwaio on the launching or commissioning of their landing craft in Honiara on Wednesday.

  • 26
  • Aug

Dear Editor – Students, you need to learn the process for planning goals and objectives.

  • 30
  • Jul

Dear Editor – There is an old, and in this case, a very appropriate saying in Australia: Why spoil a good yarn (story) with the facts.

  • 30
  • Jul

Dear Editor – I heard over the national broadcaster’s National Radio Health Programme a couple of weeks past that a person’s mentality develops a healthy nation that is free from corruption, social crimes and violence of all kinds.

  • 30
  • Jul

Dear Editor – This is to let you in on some aspects of the draft federal constitution that may need greater consultation.

  • 28
  • Jul

Dear Editor – Front page publications on Wednesday this week by two leading papers (Islands Sun Issue: 2351 and Star No: 6343) on above are interesting.

  • 28
  • Jul

Dear Editor - Speaking at a meeting at the Heritage Park Hotel in Honiara on Tuesday this week, Dr. Paul Holden, a leading economist and the Team Leader of the Pacific Private Sector Development Initiative (PSDI), said the Solomon Islands is one of the leading reformers in the Pacific, resulting in growth for a period of 10 years of more than 3 percent.

  • 26
  • Jul

Dear Editor – Your reporting on the above is interesting and I believe it sheds light on a wider problem – the systematic abuse of public office travel entitlements.

  • 26
  • Jul

Dear Editor – I am a bit out of date, due to my outing of Honiara for a while  but interesting issues had occurred and so I refer to the Star No 6339 of Friday 22, 2016 view point column on the above subject by TSI of corrupt practices which seem to permeate the entire society but especially the police and the Forestry Department which are supposed to be promoters of justice.

  • 26
  • Jul

Dear Editor – I note that in the two opinion pieces in your paper by Indonesian diplomats at the Indonesian Embassies in Canberra and Brussel, they seem to try the blame the United Liberation Movement for West Papua (ULMWP) for all their problems on the issue of West Papua instead of looking at Jakarta's policies in the territory.

  • 25
  • Jul

Dear Editor - THE COMMUNITY based Rehabilitation Department in Makira/Ulawa province is appealing to the people of Makira/Ulawa province, donor partners and the SIG government for assistance.

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