CBSI adjusts monetary policy stance

The Central Bank of Solomon Islands (CBSI) Board at its meeting last Tuesday, after considering the developments in the economy during the first six months of the year, has decided to adjust its monetary policy stance over the next six months to a more accommodative monetary policy from the neutral position adopted during the first…

Party launch

Dear Editor – Allow me space to respond to Henry B. Kahui’s article in your Issue No 5628 (27/09/2014), wherein, he questioned Andrew Hanaria’s eligibility to contest the 2014 National General Elections (NGE). Firstly, the government offices that Mr Kahui called upon to clarify the issue have already made known their views and advised that…

Aviation beacon installations

Dear Editor – Please give me space in your editorial column to write briefly regarding the news carried out in Solomon star issue no: 5627 of 27thSeptember 2014, Lomo clarifies beacon installation. It is confused(surprise and confused) that the PS aviation as responsible boss and the accountable person responsible for all money expended (Pacific vaizeds…

Chopping of trees

Dear Editor – In response to a recent a suggestion to cut trees to drive away betel nut vendors, I would like to say chopping the trees down will not solve the betel nut problem. The sellers will just put up umbrellas and keep selling. The trees which were planted by SEB gives beauty, shade…

Central Kwara’ae constituency

Dear Editor – Thank you for allowing me space in your paper to express something of grave concern to the good people of Central Kwara’ae, Malaita. This is regarding our political leadership. Last week, the MP and his delegation visited the constituency. This was a visit that came quiet late because during the past four…

Redundant parliament?

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If expectations fails, then what?

Dear Editor – Reading the Social Context and Social Historical Patterns there are social logic that will trigger a Potential Political Uproar. Meaning there is possibility of an political uproar before and after the Elections. Uproar culminating even after deciding for prime minister. If Expectations Fails. Possible Solutions to avoid this! 1.   Media Black Out…

Ulawa / Ugi constituency

Dear Editor – Thank you for allowing me this space to give my comments regarding the 9 trucks sent for Ulawa/ Ugi constituency by our M.P, Mr. James Tora on Thursday 25 September, 2014 on L.C Phoenix. Well, indeed it is a good news for his main mans’ who will benefit from these trucks, but…