SIPA noodle import

Dear Editor – It was with a great deal of disappointment that I read the article published in the Friday edition of the newspaper that covered the CEO of SIPA and his intention to add Noodles to his long list of folly’s outside the remit under which SIPA is supposed to operate. My Yow, the…

NZ seasonal work scheme

Dear Editor – Thanks for allowing me space so I can express myself some of the practices and unfair salary returns working in a farm in New Zealand under the much publicised Seasonal Workers scheme. My experience must be exposed so not to give false promises to others who might contemplate having a go at…

Power hungry politicians

Dear Editor – A subject that had got out of hand and where some writers had to look in all the wrong places to back up their points. Learned writers such as Gabriel Taloikwai and Steve Waela had pointed out that the frequency of one person to become a Prime Minister more than once might…

Village setting, our safety net

ALL indigenous Solomon Islanders have a village to call home. We are very fortunate for this blessing. Even our local urban residents raced to the village setting to rejoin with their loved ones and relatives during a festive season’s break, or when life is unbearable on the other sides. The village setting is our Safety…

Tourism in Western Province

Dear Editor – I refer to the article in your paper by Dr Sebetian. This is an official general response to Dr Sebetian’s article as Chief Tourism Officer of Western Province, and so I stand to be corrected on any content in response to the article written by Dr Sebetian. The observation of the visiting…

Check the shopkeepers

Dear Editor – I see several Asian farmers were sent home because they were working for a different company and PNG is clamping down store keepers. How about SIG checking the papers of all our storekeepers? Might be a good fee collection or clean out for several SIG Miniseries. J.R. WilliamsHoniara