Relocation of Selwyn College

Dear Editor – I write to mention to the parents, guardians and supporters of Selwyn College the problem which the school has inevitably faced during the past 5 years which I’ve lived and trained there. I would like to see the school relocated. In the past years Selwyn was located in the old site in…

Are we awake to the truth yet?

The build-up of Malaitan population on the outskirts of Honiara will always pose a threat to the safety and security of Honiara. This is a reality that we can no longer deny or pretend is not happening. Most villages in Malaita today are empty of youths. Only the elderly, mothers, and school-aged children remained here.…

Friday night’s rioting is well planned

The rioting that occurred on Friday night seemed well planned and speaks volume of the lawlessness that still exists in the country and especially in certain communities like Burns Creek. Late Friday afternoon, it was reported that certain individuals went and stole some money from one of the shops at the King George area. In…

Prophet or profit?

Dear Editor – It never ceases to amaze me how easy it is in this country for any Tom, Dick or Weirdo to get an audience with the Prime Minister or other leaders. The latest to be given that honour is a so called prophet called Vassula Ryden. If people want to believe the sort…

Retiring Cathy

Dear Editor – I wish to share my view on the premature calling of retirement for Catherine Anilafa from the Solomon Islands Red Cross Children school. Catherine is the current head mistress of the Special development centre since 70s, and although she deserves a retirement now, I as a parent representing all the others thinks…

Collecting of ID cards

Dear Editor – In the past days, a Guadalcanal MP has been through his community agents collecting ID cards from people in villages of his constituency. The real motive behind this exercise is not known to us constituents. According to the agents when collecting the ID cards, they claim that distribution of food and relief…

West Honiara MP’s honesty

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OBE reform

Dear Editor – Since this is a very important change that will affect our education system, though my status as a street sweeper not worthy of contributing to the issue, as a parent and a concerned Solomon Islanders, I feel it would be a failure of my side if I do not contribute as directed…

Mbokonavera school

Dear Editor- It is now six weeks after the flash floods had destroyed parts of the city and people since evacuated to Mbokonavera school and are still there till now. As a parent whose child is in one of the examination classes, I am really concerned after the lack of communication from Honiara City Council…