LET’S TALK ABOUT LAND

Buyer beware! Buying land is probably the biggest transaction most people are ever likely to make during their lifetimes. As such, it is vital that you do your homework beforehand, also known as “due diligence” to be sure of what you are buying.  When buying registered land, it is important to be sure of who…

The HCC Saga and Police

Dear Editor – As was always said, “The man who asks a question is fool for a minute. The man who does not ask is fool for life.” Also it is said, “Learn avidly, and question it repeatedly. Analyse it carefully. Then put what you have learned into practice intelligently.”  Given my above introductory statements,…

AIPF SI Ltd: Our response to all media allegations

I WANT to debunk many allegations levelled against AIPF: “only moving ships cause waves…” We have reviewed most allegations and we have concluded they lack substance and reason. None the less, we wish to offer (without prejudice) our take on the topics thus far:  It was claimed AIPF holds multiple joint ventures based on the…

Update on Linta’s trip

Dear Editor – In early May this year I read the story in the Solomon Star of a sick child, 16 year old Linta from Guadalcanal Province who was reported to be suffering from a heart condition that could not be treated in the Solomon Islands and her anxious family wanted her be able to…

Youths and education

Dear Editor – Please allow me a space to share my experience and comments on issues affecting our youths today. The government of Solomon Islands should see and be aware that almost every year the country sees more students leaving school due to lack of space in the high school. This is especially at forms…

WHERE IS THE COUNTRY HEADED?

IF someone should ask you where this beloved country of ours is headed, what would you say? Put it another way, do you believe our system of governance – from the three pillars of government, the Parliament, the Executive and the Judiciary – is still intact? Or do you see signs of ‘wear and tear”…

MALAITA SHALL NOT BE SOLD! NOT NEGOTIABLE!

I wish to express my view concerning the switch of allegiance to PRC and his stand in Malaita as a Province (state) and a Nation (sovereign people). On the front page of ‘The Island Sun’, Issue 3291, dated Wednesday, 7th August 2019, appears a caption in bold Letters, ‘WE’LL BE SOLD SOON’, then under the…