The HCC Saga and Police

Dear Editor – As was always said, “The man who asks a question is fool for a minute. The man who does not ask is fool for life.” Also it is said, “Learn avidly, and question it repeatedly. Analyse it carefully. Then put what you have learned into practice intelligently.”  Given my above introductory statements,…

Update on Linta’s trip

Dear Editor – In early May this year I read the story in the Solomon Star of a sick child, 16 year old Linta from Guadalcanal Province who was reported to be suffering from a heart condition that could not be treated in the Solomon Islands and her anxious family wanted her be able to…

Youths and education

Dear Editor – Please allow me a space to share my experience and comments on issues affecting our youths today. The government of Solomon Islands should see and be aware that almost every year the country sees more students leaving school due to lack of space in the high school. This is especially at forms…

Where are the duty nurses?

Dear Editor – I wish to express by concern over a recent incident at the Gizo Hospital, Western Province. On Wednesday 5th May, I was very sick and went to Gizo Hospital at around 7.30 pm. When I arrived at the outpatient I could not see any nurse. I asked a patient and he said,…

Police must arrest the loggers

Dear Editor – The Royal Solomon Islands Police have been called upon to exercise its mandate and ultimate responsibilities to safeguard and upheld the Laws of our country, and in applying the law it must be done with utmost fairness. No one is above the LAW, including and significantly those foreign logging companies who have…

USP 4th campus

Dear Editor – The fourth USP campus is seen as a very important government project in the Solomon Islands. A $15.4 million ADB concessional loan, together with an ADB-administered grant of $1.5 million from the Clean Energy Fund, will finance the new campus. The USP Honiara Campus will provide additional classrooms, an ICT studio, science…