Solomon Islands Letters to the Editor - Solomon Star News

Letters to the Editor (1132)

  • 20
  • Mar

DEAR EDITOR – Out of a concern for safety and cleanliness, I express these thoughts due to the fact that individuals in the Solomon Islands may or may not have been properly exposed to the ideas noted below. 

  • 14
  • Mar


Dear Editor
– I am not happy about one of the security guards at the National Referral Hospital who assaulted me last week when I went there to collect my medical card.

  • 14
  • Mar

Dear Editor – Bintan Mining has put in place precautionary measures to protect its workers and communities in Renbel Province should coronavirus is detected in the country, Social Media outburst has called on Bintan Mining and other foreign companies operating in the country to ensure their workers are checked and quarantined and effectively cleared before heading to the Solomon Islands.

  • 13
  • Mar

Dear Editor – Malaita Province, and perhaps all the other provinces, have similar problems.

  • 11
  • Mar

Dear Editor – I have never seen SIPA go out to the local suppliers for tenders on equipment or seek preferred suppliers contracts with recognised local suppliers as other SOEs do.

  • 11
  • Mar

Dear Editor – This is a brief statement to clear the air around rumours and unhealthy narratives surrounding One Link Pacifica on Social Media and recent news by SIBC and the Solomon Star.

  • 11
  • Mar

Dear Editor – If the government is serious about addressing the threat of coronavirus from entering the Solomon Islands, then all the possible routes for its entry must be stopped.

  • 11
  • Mar

Dear Editor – While there are NO CONFIRMED cases of Coronavirus in Solomon Islands, it is good that we do the following to help prevent a possible spread of this sickness.

  • 09
  • Mar


Dear Editor
- I would like to pay tribute to our ladies. 

  • 09
  • Mar

Dear Editor - When Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare met with his Papua New Guinea counterpart, the Hon James Marape recently in Honiara the pair talked about the need to eradicate malaria which affects both Solomon Islands and Papua New Guinea.

  • 04
  • Mar

Dear Editor - If I may share a few thoughts on the above topic which appears every day after the CBSI intelligence press conference last week. 

  • 04
  • Mar

Dear Editor – We have been told by Dr. Soma the Oncologist specialist at the National Referral Hospital (NRH) that upwards of 200 to 300 people are dying each year at the NRH from cervical cancer, breast cancer, mouth cancer, and thyroid cancer.

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