Not yet started govt

Dear Editor – I would like to highlight to the Central bank and those responsible in the government that the economic climate for doing business is getting tighter and there appears to be obvious  and alarming decline in our economy. After the elections there was a wave of optimism springing from the hailed lesser corrupt…

Is it true?

Dear Editor – The delays at SIPA are causing produce exporters additional costs in having their goods re-certified for export and on occasions they have to go through the quarantine process again because there is a maximum time the containers can stay on the port before being loaded on the ship. One of the Asian…

Pioneers of SIBS/SIBC

Dear Editor – Could you put this in your paper! I must thank Mr Clement Kengava on his letter of lamentation about the above subject. It is true that any organization must have its beginning somewhere, somehow. Broadcasting is an important aspect of development in the world today and Solomon islands is no exception. It…

Public Service

Dear Editor – Who is optimistic to tell to the Prime Minister and the people of Solomon Islands that every single village in up on mountains down in deep valleys and atolls are all equally provided with public  and social services? The Solomon Islands is now 37 years from independence what is the transparency of…

PMO’s sexual claims

Dear Editor – What is the current status of investigations, if any, into the recent allegations of sexual harassment against the SSPM? Meanwhile, it would seem that he is still in office having just returned from a private trip to Australia where he denied having assumed the alias of “Bart MV” on facebook! Yet immediately…

Vanikoro police arrests

Dear Editor – Firstly I want to maintain that the police arrests done during the logging dispute in Vanikoro was unprofessional. Secondly the writer of the article, Benjamin Tua and his grandfather are settlers on Vanikoro during the first logging operates of the 1930s Benjamin Tua’s grandfather came from the Polynesian otters of the Reef…