Solomon Islands Letters to the Editor - Solomon Star News

Letters to the Editor (944)

  • 31
  • May

Dear Editor - This piece of news is more heartwarming than the one I previously commented on.

  • 24
  • Mar

Dear Editor – I refer to the article ‘Unhappy Patient’, published in your newspaper on 20 March 2017.

  • 14
  • Dec

Dear Editor – I wish to congratulate the Minister of Finance for rejecting the NPF Board’s new investment proposals.

  • 14
  • Dec

Dear Editor - In 2013, something every East Makira Constituency people believed to be a blessing has come their way.

  • 14
  • Dec

Dear Editor - Please let me tell our readers regarding Mr Saiti Longa’s letter to the editor, on Friday 9th December 2016 (Issue No 6459) – “Djokovic DCC Frontman?” With enthuse I enjoyed reading your article Mr Saiti Longa and what raises my eyebrow was your last paragraph line 5 and I quote “Dr. Thomas Toba” the current Director of Mines.

  • 07
  • Dec

Dear Editor – At last they have changed their mind to join forces with the DCCG regime under the leadership of my kelekebo man PM Sogavare the say and do, and action speaks louder than words guy.

  • 07
  • Dec

Dear Editor - I understand that the High Court of Solomon Islands has recently handed down its decision in a case involving a group of landowners who had challenged the legality of their land being acquired for mining purposes.

  • 07
  • Dec

Dear Editor - Allow me space in your column to kindly respond to article published by Jude Kaefia on the above subject in your paper published on 2nd December, 2016.

  • 07
  • Dec

Dear Editor - I had the misfortune to sit through a "sermon" by the expatriate "expert" from the above organisation.

  • 07
  • Dec

Dear Editor – I am looking for two girls that I went to boarding school with at St Catherines School, Waverley, Australia, in the 1960’s.

  • 07
  • Dec

Dear Editor - I had the misfortune to sit through a "sermon" by the expatriate "expert" from the above organisation.

  • 07
  • Dec

Dear Editor - I understand that the High Court of Solomon Islands has recently handed down its decision in a case involving a group of landowners who had challenged the legality of their land being acquired for mining purposes.

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