TVET Curriculum

Dear Editor – On your column on Sunday 5 March, 2017, there was a mention of an outdated TVET Curriculum for Life Skills by the Principal Curriculum Officer, Ms. Doris Riatako of the TVET Division in the Ministry of Education and Human Resource Development (MEHRD). What has been featured was the outdated of TVET Curriculum…

Anti-Corruption Strategy

Dear Editor – The much anticipated, Anti-Corruption Strategy which is currently being debated in Parliament, has taken so long to have it passed as a Bill. The Anti- Corruption Strategy was seen by many as targeted towards Politicians, but in reality it was supposed to address corruption practices from all walks of life, from recipients…

Police Credit Union alleged misuse of money

Dear Editor – What you reported in your paper on Friday also occurred in late ____98 -____99 This is what I recorded in my book, ____Policing a Clash of cultures____: “At the time I was given the board’s list of promotion recommendations, there surfaced information regarding the misuse of police funds. “This financial scandal surfaced…

Who owns MV Gulatata’e?

Dear Editor – There is a phenomenon going on amongst the populace of East Kwaio regarding the MV Gulatata’e, which I could not understand especially when people could not called it by the vessel’s rightful name but Faka ala sofu (Sofu’s ship). I certainly have questioned it myself as an East Kwaio constituent since the…

MPs scholarships

Dear Editor – I write to express my personal appreciation to the Leader of the Independent Group and Member of Parliament (MP) for North East Guadalcanal, Dr Derek Sikua,  for having explained in his letter to the Solomon Star, today, 2 March 2017, how the MPs’ scholarships act as a ‘Good Samaritan’ for the disadvantaged…

Lack of online information

Dear Editor – Having this great moment in expressing my thoughts on the above subject is an opportunity and my appreciations. It has been aware that a lot of government ministries provide insufficient information to students doing researches. Government ministries are not posting most information online. Our citizens, especially students, were undertaking studies overseas perhaps…

Anti-corruption bill

Dear Editor – Radio New Zealand International’s news report on 2 March 2017, carried a story which stated the chairperson of Transparency Solomon Islands, Ruth Liloquala, as saying she had it from a credible source that the majority of MPs in the Solomon Islands Government do not support the proposed legislation. The report went on…

Stop cheating customers

Dear Editor – I would like to take a space to register my concern with one of the bMobile stores service. The Store is located on the ground floor of central plaza towards the market end close to the ANZ ATM machine. It is red in colour and they do selling of phones and top…

Police radar

Dear Editor – Those Rt. Hon. MPs whom the Police Radar could not detect them for corruption investigations must be commended for doing the right thing for their voters, constitution and the nation as a whole. Good on them, thou good, honest and faithful MPs.  How, bae iumi putim olketa back moa lo power, come…