Why runaway?

DEAR EDITOR – Please allow me space in your paper. It’s funny to see full congregation left the church and ran away during service when they heard some people (outsiders) shouted “tsunami”. Pastors and Priests fled for their lives. All claimed “Christians” forget about immediate God they worship the moment they heard “tsunami”. What a…

Renbel MPA

DEAR EDITOR – Could you please print this article in your paper before the boat leaves home on the Thursday the 17th of April? And so allow me to voice out my concern on Renbel’s provincial member for ward (1) one, Hon William Kauga. This is terrible and absolutely wrong people for this Job. I…

The story of Easter

DEAR EDITOR – Thank you for this blessed opportunity which I would like to use to releash some fresh thoughts regarding the Death and Resurrection of Christ for all of us and the beloved people of Solomon Islands. The Death and Resurrection of Christ is the foundation of all Christianity. If Christ did not rise…

Rebuilding of infrastructures vital

The recent flash flood had brought so much damages to infrastructures in Honiara and parts of Guadalcanal. Following the April 3rd disaster, many wharves, bridges, roads, water pipes and power lines were subsequently damaged. The damages cost so much money and it was unexpected loss for this country. The flood also causes so much inconvenience…

A need for bridge

Dear Editor – Following the April 3rd flash flood, the old Mataniko bridge was cut off. The disappearance of the bridge had forced many people to walk far distance and inorder to get into Point Cruz area or China Town. However, at the moment two raft boats are ferrying people to cross the Mataniko river…

Vehicle collusion

Dear Editor – I wish to respond to certain points you raised about the accident. Firstly, thank you for raising the matter in the paper but there are certain points that were far from any truth. The driver at that time of the accident was me and there was no officer in the car with…

Developments in Honiara

Dear Editor – Thank you for including the following article in your column. There must be a ‘silver lining’ in the ‘dark clouds’ which shrouded Honiara in the recent deadly flash floods and the heart breaks and misery they brought to Honiara and the nation. It is a golden opportunity for national and Honiara Town…

Vehicle collusions

Dear Editor – I wish to respond to certain points you raised about the accident. Firstly, thank you for raising the matter in the paper but there are certain points that were far from any truth. The driver at that time of the accident was me and there was no officer in the car with…

And now, the recovery process is underway

THE disaster recovery stage is underway. Last week’s devastating floods claimed more than 20 lives, affected 52,000 people, and left behind a trail of unimaginable destruction. Latest figures from the National Disaster Management Office (NDMO) showed approximately 9,400 people are currently living in 21 welfare centres in Honiara. NDMO says up to 52,000 people have…