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Letters to the Editor (1086)

  • 30
  • Jul

Dear Editor - It is alleged that the dreaded giant African snail was introduced into the country through heavy logging equipment formerly in use in African countries.

  • 30
  • Jul

Dear Editor - Please allow me space in your paper to write down something that interests me as I read through the article “Helena Goldie Hospital gets its $2m share”.

  • 30
  • Jul

Dear Editor - Whilst it is good to see new urban centres established throughout the country, let  us not forget that the resource owners are very important in such establishment.

  • 16
  • Jul

Dear Editor - Allow me space to respond in brief to the fake council of chief of east Rennell.

  • 16
  • Jul

Dear Editor - Please allow me space to respond to so many Rennell and Bellona critics in the papers, facebook, radio, phones and text massages concerning logging and prospecting in Rennell.

  • 16
  • Jul

Dear Editor - Please allow me to reply to the letter from Mt William Ekotani published in your newspaper following my appeal to Edmond Sae to consider handing himself over to the appropriate authorities.

  • 02
  • Jul

DEAR EDITOR – Investment is a risky business. The $15.00 million investment in Tavanipupu Island Resort is indeed one of the NPF’s risky business ventures.

  • 02
  • Jul

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As he always said he never have time for us his voters, I hope he will answer the following questions publicly as follows:

1)      Are you going to pay our replanted coconut?

2)      Will the proposed new ship for us come true?

3)      Is the money for the new ship comes from North West Choiseul constituency fund or a gift from the Prime Minister for you as a token of appreciation for your good works as you mention in your recent tour to the part of the constituency?

4)      Is it true that the reason why you didn’t have time to visit your people was merely on the grounds that the Prime Minister was using to lead delegation after the delegation overseas, going on behalf of the other ministers of the crown?

5)      Why didn’t you send solar, copper sheets and other items for us by ships like MV Lauru 1 and others made regular trips to Choiseul?

6)      Are you going to change your constituency committee?

7)      When will you show us your financial breakdown?

8)      When will you fund constituency projects?

9)      What about income generating projects?

10)   What about school fees and medical assistance?

I would be very happy if you publicly answer these simple questions of mine. These questions will clear the voters’ doubts before election fever period comes.

God bless, long live North West Choiseul.

 

Robert Poqe
Community chief
Northwest Choiseul

  • 02
  • Jul

DEAR EDITOR – SIFF (Solomon Islands Football Federation), are you going to prepare for the up-coming Pacific Game next year?

  • 02
  • Jul

DEAR EDITOR  - Our political leaders boast about our Solomon Islands as a Christian country with strong Christian values and beliefs.

  • 02
  • Jul

DEAR EDITOR – Thank you for this time to share an  important matter relating to internet and mobile pornography which is now becoming destructive to the minds of our kids and people of Solomon Islands.

  • 02
  • Jul

DEAR EDITOR – Since this is a very important challenge that caused change in our environment, through my status as a Solomon Islands citizen, I feel and see that this challenges can lead to a significant impacts to our communities as our choice of energy development have wrong.