Short bus route

Dear Editor -This is not a new issue but the public outcry seems not to be taken note of by responsible authorities, a sign of no care attitudes. This is a classic example of how no care our government and city council are. All Solomon Islanders are really struggling to make end meet each day…

Sikaiana proposal project

Dear Editor – Fishing project is the only gift Sikaiana community relies on in long terms and sustainable operation. Fishing Fleet Preferable: Sikaiana people are great fishermen from ages as a gift for survival. If there is no change of cultures there is no problem at all with the people. To send children to schools…

Honiara

Dear Editor – After exchanging arguments with my friends I finally made up my mind to share thoughts in the media. Please allow me a space in your editorial to make this worth. Though a few months in town, but already my mind tells me that Honiara, the capital of our beloved Happy Isles showed…

Kasika Island

Dear Editor – A letter in responding to an article in the Solomon Star on Thursday 5th Dec. 2013, over the ownership of Kasika Island by; Mr. Harry Dikimane of Hogokama tribe. As appeared on the above subject of heading, as being publicised in your paper’s editorial column over the ownership of the said Island,…

Temotu teachers traveling allowances

Dear Editor – It has been a sorry thing that Temotu Teachers Travelling Allowances (TTA) has been paid to a shipping company by Temotu Education Authority (TEA) has been used by few teachers for their own benefit and also by non teachers who pretend and claim themselves as teachers of Temotu, “shame on you” Tisa…

The deportation of Moti QC

Dear Editor – The issue surrounding the deportation of Moti QC is an issue that needs close scrutiny by all intelligent Solomon Islanders. The truth was that, it wasn’t us (our government) that deported him but rather it was Australia that deported him out of the country. This was the truth and no one in…

Illegal logging in Shortlands

Dear Editor – On one of your pages on Friday 28/2/14 of your Solomon Star Newspaper No 5442 ran a news article of the above illegal logging on Shortland Islands by Raymond Halepsolo. I fully supported his article and I sympathised with the landowners of the activity carried out by greedy Australian and Asian foreigners…

Who owns MV Utah Princess?

Dear Editor – On the front page of your issue no. 5445 dated Tuesday 4 March 2014, your paper alleged that Hon. Selwyn Riumana owned MV Utah Princess. I am instructed by Hon. Riumana to rebut your allegation as being baseless, non-sense and nothing but lazy journalism. The least your journalists could have done was…