Political crisis stable

Dear Editor – If the numbers joining the government is increasing, it could mean that the MPs behind the Mbike Island Resort incident when the current DCC government was formed after the last general elections, must be intending to join the government in order to make further investigations into the case difficult. The country must…

No confidence motion

Dear Editor – The above subject intrigues me. It reminds me of a similar situation back in the mid-nineties when the then SIAC government under the leadership of the late prime ministers Bartholomew Ulufa’lu was also facing a looming “no confidence motion” to be tabled in parliament by the then MP for South Guadalcanal Victor…

First chapter in history

Dear Editor – After Second World War on Guadalcanal this chain of scattered islands was declared British Solomon Islands protectorate. Perhaps we were indeed fortunate from being colonised. In my simple understanding, colonized is just simply like one of the streets in London developed and looked after. Solomon Islands history reminds us that traders and…

Power hunger

Dear Editor – It’s political crisis again in Solomon Islands… Nothing but crisis alone. I thought the ethnic crisis was now over, but again we have another crisis coming into our country – the political crisis which was very hard for us people to stop it because it was a crisis which the leaders of…

Hotel camping 

Dear Editor – For quite a few years now our politicians have adopted the practice of congregating together in various hotels in Honiara during times of political instability and when the top job is up for grabs. These groups are known as “camps” and are, I suggest, a national disgrace in that they undermine what…

Political upheaval

Dear Editor – The political upheaval experienced today was once  and event led to the down fall of the same person  Mr. Manasseh Sogavare in 2006. I realize that the GCCG government had placed Malaita Province on  the front line for development and priority was for Malaita. Some smart guys blind fold the Malaitan MPs not…

Solar savve training

Dear Editor – According to a report in the Solomon Star newspaper, a local solar power company has been teaching constituency representatives from across the country how to care for their solar equipment already in use and to educate potential solar power users on future maintenance. This is a most enterprising and important development and congratulations…