Letters to the Editor (1140)
Dear Editor – The press release by SINPF in the Solomon Star newspaper, No. 6829 on Thursday 15th February 2018, including the statement issued by the CEO of NASFUND of Papua New Guinea, in response to the issues raised by George Kosui and myself does not answered the questions raised in relation to the loans, investments, and how the Fund has been managed and administered generally by the management and board.
Dear Editor – Please grant me a space of your esteem column to voice out my concern due to this question “what SSEC can do about it in regards to Kemuel Kalani statement earlier, ‘I’m just a SSEC pastor, not a king or prophet’” and his group still part of the South Sea Evangelical Church (SSEC).
Dear Editor - Mr. Jiope Ralulu Iputu, the Principal of the school for people with special needs at lower Rifle Range in Honiara, has been speaking about the school getting an overseas volunteer to help the school in developing a specific curriculum to suit the needs of the children studying at the school.
Dear Editor - Over the weekend I was reading about the level of domestic and family violence in the Cook Islands where the number of reported domestic violence cases dropped from 185 in 2016 to 170 last year but the rate is still considered to be high.