Kurukuru show their class

OUR young Kurukuru guns are two matches away from a fourth Futsal World Cup birth in Columbia this year. On Wednesday, they showed they class when they demolished the highly fancied Futsal Whites of New Zealand4-1,to keep their world cup dreams alive. Their winning streak started since Monday, when they silenced archrival Tahiti 3-0 and…

$3M to ex-combatants

Dear Editor – If I were to be a judge on the arguments between the Prime Minister and the Leader of the Independent Group in Parliament over the $3million given out to the ex-combatants by the National Government, I would conclude it this way: The Prime Minister & his Government paid out the $3million with…

Timely reminder for public service

THE Public Service plays a significant role in the delivery of government services to the people. Public servants take on government policies and ensure they are implemented for the good of the people and country. There are many good public servants who put their heart into the work they do and serve the nation faithfully…

Our View of God

Welcome to our continuing discussion on the topic, ‘Our view of God.’ Before we look more closely at some of God’s characteristics, let’s take a few moments to evaluate our view of God. It’s one thing to say we’ve avoided the misconceptions about God that we have discussed over the last three weeks. It’s another…

Unable to read

Dear Editor – It would appear that a lot of Solomon Island drivers cannot read. I see vehicles parked between “Police no parking” signs at the fishing village market. If Kukum Police does not have vehicles they may care to walk down to the fishing village on occasions to control the traffic. J.R WilliamsHoniara

Power-hungry politician?

Dear Editor – As a first time writer in your prestigious newspaper, it would be much appreciated if you could publish this pursuant to the above caption. Thus, as rightly said by G. Taloikwai in your Editors column on the 27th January 2016, one can tell that an MP who is hungry for power is…

Ports security

Dear Editor – As a former security guard at the Solomon Islands Ports Authority (SIPA), I want to highlight a few issues for the chief executive officer Colin Yow to take note of. I was recruited by Nick Maena, who was regarded as the security manager, looking specifically after the port’s domestic area. One thing…

Let’s get the basics right

WE talked so much about tourism. That tourism has the potential to contribute in a big way tothe economy. And that tourism creates more jobs for our people. The government, on the other hand, loves to tell the nation about its plans to develop the tourism industry. That it will allocate more money for the…