The hairy ants

Moves around the floor on both rainy and sunny days With its antennae sipping the brewery by the bays Coloured with brownish sediments flowing slowly Down from the interior of the hinterlands After the resources owner signed on the latrine doorways Fixing the future generation into poverty and madness   Here they are on the…

Smoking drivers

Dear Editor – As a regular weekday traveller on public transport, I wish to commend and acknowledged transport providers for their determination and he responsibility. On top of that there is a strategic and crucial change that needs to be adhered to in order to meet professional standards. First drivers who smoke while driving, with…

Smoking drivers

Dear Editor – As a regular weekday traveller on public transport, I wish to commend and acknowledged transport providers for their determination and he responsibility. On top of that there is a strategic and crucial change that needs to be adhered to in order to meet professional standards. First drivers who smoke while driving, with…

Betel nut Ordinance

Dear Editor – In my first article, I said something about the negative impacts it imposes to citizens and our environment. However, there is an important issue which also needs to be addressed when dealing with the Ordinance. I believe the city council might already have some alternatives in mind. But, please let me mention…

Student bus fare

Dear Editor – As a young Solomon Islander, I am really concerned about the student fare from GPPOL 2 to Honiara. It already stated in all buses travelling from East Guadalcanal to Honiara that students fare is $10 for one way. I find particularly appalling that most of the bus conductors tend to ask bigger…

Pacific Games bid victory

Dear Editor – History was achieved in Port Vila last week and thanks to the government and its delegation. Your lobbying strategies earned us the award. Since Solomon Islands won the bid, what’s next? 2023 is not far away therefore we must start thinking about sporting facilities. The Burns Creek land must now adequately dealt…

Land for development

Dear Editor – As a Solomon Islander and one whose livelihood depends very much on the land I am living on, I tend to be nervous about the catch words and phrases being used now-a-days to try and allure landowners, to open up their lands for development. Whilst development is good, we must also carefully…