Sir Peter Kenilorea

Dear Editor – Farewell Father of Solomon Islands – For God has called you to rest in His arms. Thank you Sir, for your vision, and the divine appointment to be the pioneer of all our political leaders in this country. Thank you for sharing your wisdom, love and diligent guidance in your tenure of…

NTU Director

Dear Editor – I think what was said in the media about NTU Director is very true. I personally believe he is very incapable and incompetent to manage this highest national training office. Even a 5-year-old kid can judge him that he lacks the technical and professional capabilities for this office. I wish to call…

Additional scholarships

Dear Editor – I want to thank the national government for the additional scholarship for SINU. However, there are some concerns that I want to put across about the additional scholarships. By looking at the scholarship it only provides tuition fees only. This prompted me to raise concern. My concern is about those students who…

APID is NOT a mining company

Dear Editor – Your weekend Solomon Star edition of 20th Saturday 2016 carried a story regarding a tenement Worldlink Resources holds on West Rennell, Renbel Province. In the second last paragraph, you published the following statement, “Worldlink Resources operates on a tenement next to rival mining company, Asia Pacific Investment Development (APID) on West Rennell.”…

Crippled society

Dear Editor – Our situation is more critical than ever as we all face all nods day after day. Turning to the point that promises have been not fulfilled and development is not utilized to target our populace that need such development. Important mainstreams in the Government Ministries that contributed to the health, education and…

4th USP Campus

Dear Editor – I thank Charlie Kieu for his enlightening contribution on the issue of the 4th Campus of USP in the Solomon Islands. I was partly concerned that the issue which has been on the table since the 1980’s was going to proceed without at least some re-examination of the rationale underlying its initial…

Response to Man Talem Duim

Dear Editor – “SIWIBA shift to Room 47, NPF Plaza” SIWIBA wishes to clarify a matter raised through “Man Talem Duim Watchdog” No. 253. It was under strict directive from NPF Management that SIWIBA had to shift out from its previous location, Room 38 that we had just occupied April 2015 (last year) and took…