Village setting, our safety net

ALL indigenous Solomon Islanders have a village to call home. We are very fortunate for this blessing. Even our local urban residents raced to the village setting to rejoin with their loved ones and relatives during a festive season’s break, or when life is unbearable on the other sides. The village setting is our Safety…

Tourism in Western Province

Dear Editor – I refer to the article in your paper by Dr Sebetian. This is an official general response to Dr Sebetian’s article as Chief Tourism Officer of Western Province, and so I stand to be corrected on any content in response to the article written by Dr Sebetian. The observation of the visiting…

Check the shopkeepers

Dear Editor – I see several Asian farmers were sent home because they were working for a different company and PNG is clamping down store keepers. How about SIG checking the papers of all our storekeepers? Might be a good fee collection or clean out for several SIG Miniseries. J.R. WilliamsHoniara

Kurukuru show their class

OUR young Kurukuru guns are two matches away from a fourth Futsal World Cup birth in Columbia this year. On Wednesday, they showed they class when they demolished the highly fancied Futsal Whites of New Zealand4-1,to keep their world cup dreams alive. Their winning streak started since Monday, when they silenced archrival Tahiti 3-0 and…

$3M to ex-combatants

Dear Editor – If I were to be a judge on the arguments between the Prime Minister and the Leader of the Independent Group in Parliament over the $3million given out to the ex-combatants by the National Government, I would conclude it this way: The Prime Minister & his Government paid out the $3million with…