Bank services and fees

Dear Editor – Thanks to the banks for providing an important service. I guess in this day an age we cannot live without banks. But I am however concerned that some of the services provided by the banks are unsatisfactory. Moreover some of the fees they charge are unreasonable. For example, recently I deposited a…

Giant African snail & ebola

Dear Editor – It is alleged that the dreaded giant African snail was introduced into the country through heavy logging equipment formerly in use in African countries. That from those countries, the boats that carry these had gone on directly to off load the equipment and their snails at the logging camp sites without the…

Helena Goldie Hospital

Dear Editor – Please allow me space in your paper to write down something that interests me as I read through the article “Helena Goldie Hospital gets its $2m share”. It is interesting to note that the language used would bring hope for hospitals in the country and I quote “Helena Goldie Hospital gets its…

Mamara township development

Dear Editor – Whilst it is good to see new urban centres established throughout the country, let  us not forget that the resource owners are very important in such establishment. Mamara- Tasifarongo town development is the latest and the sad thing about it is that the landowners are totally excluded from this development and any…

Criticism against Renbel

Dear Editor – Please allow me space to respond to so many Rennell and Bellona critics in the papers, facebook, radio, phones and text massages concerning logging and prospecting in Rennell. On the outset, can I please ask critics to refrain from using des-respective languages as “stupid idiot”, “arrogant authority”, “cheap signatures”, etc, etc. We…

A reply to William, chiefs

Dear Editor – Please allow me to reply to the letter from Mt William Ekotani published in your newspaper following my appeal to Edmond Sae to consider handing himself over to the appropriate authorities. Firstly, I apologise to William and the East Kwara’are chiefs if it was incorrectly judged that my appeal to Edmond Sae…

Investment

DEAR EDITOR – Investment is a risky business. The $15.00 million investment in Tavanipupu Island Resort is indeed one of the NPF’s risky business ventures. An investor and a worker on the Island had assured the public that there was someone eying to purchase the resort. Could the public be informed of who that purchasing…

Question for NorthWest Choiseul MP

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Be serious SIFF

DEAR EDITOR – SIFF (Solomon Islands Football Federation), are you going to prepare for the up-coming Pacific Game next year? PNG is starting to kick off with its preparation. They are preparing seriously in advanced. They’ll have their international friendly games with Asian, Aussie, and New zealand clubs,  according to their plan. SIFF, for us,…