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Viewpoint (1623)

  • 27
  • Jan

Dear Editor – Milner Tozaka's strong support for the inclusion of 10 females in the parliament cannot be left unchallenged as it is contrary to what is currently prescribed in our constitution.

  • 27
  • Jan

Dear Editor - The Moti saga the NCRA regime decide to settle out of court which don’t go down well with the Opposition, who facilitated the mess when he was the PM then and was remote controlled by Aussie to have Mr Moti deported in 2007 should not poke his nose this time on the issue but let NCRA do what they can do to settle the same once and for all.

  • 27
  • Jan

Dear Editor – Will there be an investigation into the Police uniforms?
 

  • 27
  • Jan

Dear Editor – Few weeks ago about $300,000 was handed over to the agents and supporters of the MP for Kia/Hograno/Havulei Constituency by his terminated CDO.

  • 27
  • Jan

Dear Editor – I have been following the stars with the above story. It’s interesting that I want to jump into another man’s boat.
Maybe so interesting it is that some spectators got so interested and somehow envious about it.

  • 27
  • Jan

Dear Editor - Please allow me to reply the Principal Education Officer (Mr. Philip Arofa Niusilani) of Temotu Province on the topic Temotu Teachers Allocation Payout 2013-2014 which appears in the Editor’s column in your paper on Monday 20th January 2014 (Issued No: 5407).

  • 27
  • Jan

Dear Editor – We are now in the general election year and we now begin to hear a lot of talks by groups, said to be advocates, of free and fair elections in regards to the coming national election.

  • 27
  • Jan

Dear Editor – My only reason to express some thoughts in your medium is to satisfy the mind of the voters back in Rendova Tetepare and south New Georgia about the absence of proper management on Constituency funds and the absolute lack of it under the capacity of the incumbent CDO Kenny Igilave and his associates.

  • 27
  • Jan

Dear Editor – I really sympathize with Kuma and those whose views he is trying to represent in his contribution to the current debate on the question, “who should take the responsibility to pay the former attorney general for his forced removal from Solomon Islands in December 2007?”

  • 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.

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