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Blame yourself, Maelanga!

Dear Editor – I write in response to the statement made by the deputy prime minister Manasseh Maelanga on the Malaita Province’s second appointed day at Malu’u during which he told Malaitans to blame themselves for the lack of development in the province.

Why do we have to take care of former PMs’ retirement?

A POOR nation that hardly can support its education, health and security needs is throwing away $100,000 annually of its tax payers’ hard-earned money to fund the retirement of each of its former prime ministers and their spouses, thanks to the newly passed Prime Minister (Pension & Benefits) Act 2014.

The Underpass

Dear Editor – It’s good to see the underpass next to the Hyundai Mall now back in operation again, which makes it easy for some of those who are unable to cross the roads to go underground.

Recognition of Gilbertese

Dear Editor – I’m overwhelmed and really want to salute the MP for Gizo/ Kolombangara for such a great call to assist the Gilbertese.

Wake up Fataleka Constituency

Dear Editor – The purpose of writing this is to analyse the absenteeism of the MP of above constituency, few comparison, and appeal for good leadership.

Underpass

Dear Editor – It’s good to see the underpass next to the Hyundai Mall now back in operation again, which makes it easy for some of those who are unable to cross the roads to go underground.

Bon voyage to our MPs

Dear Editor– I wish to convey my sincere gratitude and to express my view points as the sun is setting in the Western end of the ninth Parliament.

The kind of MPs we want

EAST Choiseul voters should be proud of themselves and their outgoing Member of Parliament, Manasseh Sogavare.

Western United

It’s interesting when I skim and scanning through the previous articles in the Solomon star regarding about the above caption. 

SIBA responds to Sasako

Solomon Islands Bar Association (SIBA) has categorically denies allegations levelled against its president, Mr Donald Marahare, having a hand in the decision alluded to by Mr Alfred Sasako in an article which appeared in this paper last Friday.

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