SISA Investigation report outcome

Solomon Islands Students Associations (SISA) have conducted a joint investigation with the Education Attaché to verify the unruly behaviour of the students that caused disturbances to their neighbours in Fiji. In the process of our joint investigation through the Solomon Island High Commissioner to the Republic of Fiji Patteson Oti we had a meeting with…

No more logging on Rennell

Dear Editor – The Minister for Environment was quoted by your paper that logging will not be allowed on Rennell Island. What about mining? The Mining Lease was not even legal. Manetoali and DCC must stop misleading the people of Renbel Province and Solomon Islands. Removing Day Pacha from the Ministry of Mines is not…

Good work JANUS

Dear Editor – With the recent arrest of the PS and his wife for allegedly stealing public funds, the public is more than assured that RSIPF are doing its work and that justice is being served. We look forward to quick trials and if convicted thieves must be sent to places they rightly belong. Our…

Good work JANUS

Dear Editor – With the recent arrest of the PS and his wife for allegedly stealing public funds, the public is more than assured that RSIPF are doing its work and that justice is being served. We look forward to quick trials and if convicted thieves must be sent to places they rightly belong. Our…

New SPM

Dear Editor – I wish to join others in congratulating Dr Fred Isom on his appointment as the new Secretary to the PM and Cabinet. According to the news item, prior to his appointment, Dr Isom was policy secretary, social sector in the PM0. I am just curious what social things has the “social sector”…

International freight charges

Dear Editor – The price of electricity and bus fares are regulated. The fees land surveyors can charge for their professional services are prescribed under law. The agents of shipping companies who transport cargo from Solomon Islands to other parts of the world however are free to put whatever charge they can dream up. Don’t…

Huge boost to fishing industry

Dear Editor – Radio New Zealand International (RNZI) on 16 August 2017, reported that the Solomon Islands’ tuna fishing industry is to get a boost with a $US10 million dollar loan from the International Finance Corporation, IFC. Quoting from the RNZI news bulletin it said: “The loan will go towards a new fishing vessel for…

Thanks PM!

Dear Editor – On behalf of west Rennell Council of Chief, I would like to give a round of applause to the Prime Minister for taking a bold decision to remove the Minister of Mines Day Pacha from office as Minister. His duties and services in the Ministry has come to light, he is scheming…

Malaita Day reflection

Dear Editor –The 15th day of August reminded me of my second trip to Malaita when, on Malaita Day, 2016, I took a five hours coastal boat ride from Auki  all the way to Afio, a historical government station, neatly located at the entrance of the majestic Maramasike passage. I was there for the Teacher…