World cup journey starts

Kurukuru depart for Aussie, Fiji The Solomon Islands national men’s futsal team, Kurukuru has started their journey to the Oceania Futsal Championship with the aim of defending the title. The 16 men team comprising of 14 players and two team officials departed for Australia, Monday where they will spend a few weeks before heading to…

What lessons do we learn from the robberies?

ANOTHER robbery! Happy for you to put this view of mine in your paper regarding the increasing number of large scale robberies taking place in the country. What message do those robberies tell our leaders and authorities? Are those robberies accidental or just carried out for fun? Are we not taking anything or learning any…

‘Unbelievable experience’ on New Year

I would like to share my experience with you my fellow Solomon Islanders who are residing in and around Honiara City. This was one of the experiences I came across that really strike my attention. Hence, I would like to headline it “Unbelievable Experience”. It was an unbelievable experience for me and I was shocked…

Change on the horizon

In the former but recent days when our country went through the height of the recent ethic crisis, our treasury was placed and plunged under a great and strenuous demand and notice by the barrel of the guns and war lords, but today it is even severe, the dynamics is vested in and with the…

Where is Lilo?

Dear Editor – I wish to add on a James Kaeso’s letter to the editor in which he posed the question ‘where is Lilo?’ Thanks Kaeso for raising a very valid point regarding the amount of serious allegations against the former PM whom at the end of the day is not found wanting in the…

Investigate the SIPA saga

Dear Editor – The issue of Solomon Islands Ports Authority SIPA to me is interesting and warrants proper investigations. A committee should be set up to look into what is happening with SIPA now. There is no use listening to the new CEO MR Yow firing from one end and the other party remaining silent.…

Enough of the complaints

Dear Editor – The $3m Christmas payout to ex-militant which do not go down well with the some people and the opposition was a cabinet decision and not a one man’s decision. If those people and the watch dog think it’s still not right, then take it to the courts to prove your argument. It’s…

Stop robbing our country!

IT is only a matter of months after the Bank South Pacific branch in Auki, Malaita was robbed by armed men, and robbers on Monday strike again. This time, in the heart of Honiara once more and interestingly, at the same spot where a grimly robbery incident occurred just last year – in front of…