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  • 05
  • Sep

Dear Editor – I want to put my view in reply to what Jackson Rahemae has brought up in the Solomon Star.

  • 05
  • Sep

Dear Editor – I am writing this letter concerning the article on Thursday 31st August on page 4 titled "How much Chinese investors contribute to Malaita revenue”.

  • 05
  • Sep

Dear Editor – Your article of Solomon Star Issue No. 6686 entitled “RENNELL CHIEFS ACCUSES MINER OF TAMPERING WITH COURT CASE” is grossly misleading and need to be corrected, in order to avoid confusion. 

  • 05
  • Sep

ON Monday 28th August 2017, the Prime Minister’s Motion to withdraw the Anti-Corruption Bill passed through the Parliament floor, with the support of the following Members of Parliaments.

  • 05
  • Sep

Dear Editor – We are the 100 level students in USP SI campus.

  • 05
  • Sep

Dear Editor – This is a brief comment on Barnabas Tavala's response to an earlier article I wrote under an assumed name and published in your paper under the heading “Where does bribery begin?”.

  • 05
  • Sep

Dear Editor – It has been reported recently that the community of Barana on Mt Austen, Guadalcanal, is determined to re-plant trees and protect the ecosystems in a proposed park.

  • 05
  • Sep

Dear Editor – The recent exchanges of verbal barrages between terminated acting director of CAASI, George Satu (“Satu”) and the learned Attorney General, James Apaniai (“AG”) can only be described as perplexing.

  • 05
  • Sep

Dear Editor – They say one thing and do the other.

  • 22
  • Aug

Welcome to our discussion and this week we will look at the topic “Integrity” under our main theme “The essentials of Life.” In the light of recent developments of sacking and termination of high profile officers within the public service, I believe, this is a topic worth looking at for our discussion.

  • 21
  • Aug

Dear Editor - Thank you for publishing the article about the observed unfair practices of shipping agents.

  • 21
  • Aug

Solomon Islands Students Associations (SISA) have conducted a joint investigation with the Education Attaché to verify the unruly behaviour of the students that caused disturbances to their neighbours in Fiji.

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