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…

Hanaria’s criticism

Dear Editor – Much has been said in your column about the eligibility of the above candidate contesting the East Are’are electorate this time round by his critics. What came out clearly from his opponents is that they have seen Mr.Hanaria as a threat to them. Mr.Hanaria as a Solomon Islander has the right just…

Choiseul police on outreach program

CHOISEUL provincial police have successfully conducted an outreach program to communities in North Choiseul last week. The police officers organised the awareness which coincided with a sporting event at Bangara community. During the event the police raised awareness on domestic violence, illegal side of smoking marijuana, drinking kwaso (homebrew) and abuse. Choiseul provincial police commander…

[email protected] interns leave for Taiwan

Three interns who have successfully gone through the [email protected] internship program left the country for Taiwan yesterday to undergo further vocational training. Heading for Tai-Chunghua-Nantou Regional branch Institute for a 3 month study program on various fields ranging from, computer applications and networking to Refrigeration and air-conditioning. The interns were handpicked by [email protected] for the…

Islanders against seabed mining

PACIFIC Indigenous peoples have voiced their united stand against any proposed seabed mining. Solomon Islands Dr Samson Viulu who spoke on behalf of the pacific indigenous peoples made it clear before world leaders during the UN General Assembly in New York. He said its important to halt any plans to carryout seabed mining in the…