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Solomon Islands today

Dear Editor – Since RAMSI arrived in the Solomon Islands in 2003, life for the majority of ordinary Solomon islanders hasn’t improved.

Now is the time to say goodbye

Dear Editor – As I boarded my small aircraft in June 1974 at Santo Airport in what was then the New Hebrides and now Vanuatu, a large crowd of local people, including the families of the policemen that I had known and helped to care for in the two years I had been the police commander on the island, gathered round the plane and sang, "Now is the time to say goodbye." 

Charitable website

Dear Editor - I am writing this letter, rather like an open letter, in the hope that I can encourage the Solomon Islands Government, Non Government Organizations (NGO’s) or individual Solomon Island’s citizens to advise me how I can assist the many causes in the Solomons that might benefit from receiving financial aid by way of donations from the creation of a charitable website that I am prepared to design and fund.

Disaster, comfort and hope

DEAR EDITOR - Grateful if you could publish this article in your daily newspaper.

Financial hoax

DEAR EDITOR – Dr Tarcisius Kabutaulaka is not far from the truth, that is a flooded politics amidst the devastating situation Honiara and some parts of Guadalcanal are now experiencing.

Gov’t deprives flood victims

DEAR EDITOR – Again the government had deprived the innocent victims of the recent flash flood by sharing amongst themselves $300,000 each for the purpose of assistance.

Honiara disaster

DEAR EDITOR – I join the nation in passing our Province and people’s deep condolences to the families and relatives of those who have tragically lost their lives in the recent Honiara flooding.

Flood emergency

DEAR EDITOR – I was standing with a big crowd of about more than 100 people at the Outpatient watching the increasing strength of the wind and a heavy pouring of rain at about 11:30 AM.

Victims need special attention

DEAR EDITOR – There were many going through the trauma of the recent flash flood and still unsure of their next destination, while some people were already eying the huge amount of money coming into the country in the name of Disaster and maybe planning their own way of spending it.

In the name of disaster

DEAR EDITOR – The recent tragic disaster hit some parts of our country has led our leaders to drain public money to their own pockets and for their own good.