Chinese businesses refuse govt cheques

Dear Editor –  We have come across certain companies especially Chinese business owners that do not accept cheque payment. This has caused frustration to business operations. For us in King George VI School, the school do cheque payment for whatever payment and Chinese Business owners do not accept KGVI School Cheques. We came across few…

Lets tackle illiteracy in our country

LACK of access to education in our country is believed to be the main contributing factor to the increasing rate of illiteracy in our country. Today, we have so many kids or even adult who cannot read or write. And this is a grave concern for our country. There are cases of adults who may…

I must say

Dear Editor – Talk of low cash flow in the private sector will always bring out tighter controls on spending chasing up out standing accounts improving image to improve income. This does not appear to be the case in some sectors. Overseas trips seem to be the way? Solomon Star cartoons [medals and school fees]…

DCCG leadership

Dear Editor – Having read all that concerns the current DCCG, I also wish to make a contribution targeting the Prime Minister and the Minister of Finance for their poor performance in managing the affairs and finances of this nation to an extreme which led to this nation running low in cash flow. This nation…

RENBEL POLITICAL BATTLE

Dear Editor –  Following through the issue of the Hon. Premier Collin and his former ministers who vacated office, it’s very interesting, however its very shameful despite it’s a political thing. People may say it’s politics but to me personally, I have reasons to say it’s a very shameful thing and it’s more than politics.…

KILLED OVER A PACKET OF SUGAR

A MAN from Savo is dead following an argument over a price of a 500gram packet of sugar over the weekend at Yandina, Russell Islands, Central Islands province. As a result a man, 63, is facing murder for allegedly stabbing the 39 years old father on the chest. The suspect, Abraham Kaveru, who faces one…

STUDENT’s BODY ARRIVE

THE body of late Henry Galo has arrived back in the country from Philippines and was flown over to his home province of Malaita on Sunday. Late Galo was a student doing his study in Philippines but suddenly die last week.  “The deceased went to his room and never woke up another day, student’s president,”…