Solomon Islands Letters to the Editor - Solomon Star News

Letters to the Editor (1081)

  • 30
  • Jan

Dear Editor – I have been monitoring the internet edition of your daily newspaper over the past month chiefly for the purpose of identifying prospective defendants to both civil and criminal proceedings in defamation which I intend to institute to test your legal system’s capacity to discipline the exercise of constitutionally-protected rights of one person’s freedom of expression and another’s freedom from reputational injury.

  • 31
  • Jan

Dear Editor - I can’t help myself laughing at Opposition group’s questioning the Prime Minister’s visits to the Police headquarters.

  • 31
  • Jan

Dear Editor - Your issue No. 5412 on Saturday 25th January 2014 carried an article with the above caption by one Philip Szetu, please allow me to respond.

  • 31
  • Jan

Dear Editor - Allow me to refer to the views expressed which were carried in your paper by concerned groups and citizens of Solomon Islands and our neighbouring Melanesian countries on the issue of West Papua. 

  • 31
  • Jan

Dear Editor - I would like to register my personal view in regards to Guadalcanal Province tug of war which almost took half of last year unsolved.

  • 31
  • Jan

Dear Editor - Education has become, for better or worse ­— mostly worse — one of the two or three major foci of Political conflict.

  • 31
  • Jan

Dear Editor - The article no 5407 on Monday 20th January 2014, written by Steve Sae truly challenge our preconception by saying that, nowadays Solomon Islands is soaring hugely into unemployment. There are some very important points where Sae raised.

  • 31
  • Jan

Dear Editor – I refer to various correspondences and commentaries by the Leader of the Opposition, the Member of Parliament for North East Choiseul, some lawyers and the general public here and overseas regarding the former Attorney General Julian Moti.

  • 31
  • Jan

Dear Editor – If the proposed bill to have 10 seats reserve for women who want to become politicians go through the house before the house dies its natural death by the end of this year, we should know the 10 lucky ladies who will be in the next new line up of MPs in the mushroom house.

  • 31
  • Jan

Dear Editor – I write to thank the former Attorney General of Solomon Islands for his clear reply (SS5415) to my earlier article on Soqavare’s Moti and also acknowledged the reply from Hon. Soqavare.

  • 31
  • Jan

Dear Editor – I promised myself that I would keep out of the Moti related correspondence but, as one of the people he would no doubt put in the category of swine, I cannot resist the temptation to comment on Mr Moti’s reference to pearls in yesterday’s letter to the Star.

  • 31
  • Jan

Dear Editor – It is very sad indeed for the country that national governments have come and gone over the years, yet one person remains a permanent feature of the national leadership circles.