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Social problems on the rise

Dear Editor – There is an immense increase in social problems in this country now, than ever before.

Our politics

Dear Editor – When the word “politics” is mentioned, listeners and readers often conjure up images of leaders handing out money, making a lot of empty promises, taking advantage of opportunities to enrich themselves, getting involved in deals that are not transparent and accountable, in general do not care about truth and justice, and actions that are glory seeking.

Choose wisely

Dear Editor – I wish to voice my concern on the upcoming general election, as we are only few weeks away.

Congratulations to medical graduates from Cuba

I wish to congratulate our twenty or so newly graduated medical officers from Cuba (SST.5640) for having gone through the challenge of studying for six years or so in a far away country with a totally different language and communist environment. You have persevered those long years and have now returned to the country.

Speaker resigns

Dear Editor - The above heading which appeared on Saturday 11th October issue of The Solomon Star newspaper, ignites something that needs mentioning

Renbell PS threatened

Dear Editor - We read with interest to note that the current Renbel Provincial Secretary Mr. Baiabe Peseika is under threat of losing his job as adviced from the Ministry of The Provincial Government (MPG) legal advisor.

Out of constituency polling booths

Dear Editor – I write to fully support the call by others to make available out of constituency polling booths here in Honiara. The reasons are already given by at least two of your contributors: A Sasako and Raynet Josh Pitalulu.

Gold Coast 7s disappointment

Dear Editor - It was a huge disappointment for all rugby sevens fans in the country when Our Telekom did not broadcast the recent Gold Coast sevens.

Close down White River school

Dear Editor - Earlier this year I raised number of concerns in this column regarding the water problem at White River school and the unprofessional attitude of some of the staff.

Leaders must serve people

MEMBERS of Parliament are elected to serve the interest of the nation and people in the constituency.