Street selling

Dear Editor – Every day I went past Honiara main business hub, I could see that there are business people who continue to sell their products outside their stores. One thing that keeps me wondering is if these business people are allowed by the Honiara City Council to carry out their business outside their doors.…

Food crops and land

Dear Editor – It was reported that a ‘back garden project’ is currently underway at Voruvoru in Northwest Choiseul. The project is under the careful supervision of the Climate Change Officer, Samson Koneke, as part of the Choiseul Integrated Climate Change and Adaptation Programme (CHICCAP). The project is said to be aimed at raising awareness…

Food crops and land

Dear Editor – It was reported that a ‘back garden project’ is currently underway at Voruvoru in Northwest Choiseul. The project is under the careful supervision of the Climate Change Officer, Samson Koneke, as part of the Choiseul Integrated Climate Change and Adaptation Programme (CHICCAP). The project is said to be aimed at raising awareness…

Deserving duo

Dear Editor – Mrs Minnie Arosi, who has served for 13 years in the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF), is the first of only two female police officers to qualify as a specialist fingerprint expert. Minnie, who received her fingerprint training in New Zealand, is working in the RSIPF Forensic Unit. Douglas Idufanoa of…

A vision is a mission to accomplish

THE National Constitution do not protect the land but it allows land manipulation hence it prostitutionalised the tribal land. The constitution is very colonial it has many colonial words with destructive intentions. These words are corruptions and briberies hence our system of governance is a corrupted system. It destroys the very fabric of our society,…

MP Parapolo’s 3-columns policy

A STATEMENT by the prime minister while concluding the debate on the Anti-Corruption Strategy is interesting. Thumbs up to Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare when he uttered something like this; “it is not wrong to assume that members who got into parliament through corrupt means will continue to practice corruption as a parliamentarian”.   Although these were…

A clear case of fraud

MANAOBA Airport in north Malaita reportedly cost the government $60 million to build. But some three years after the airport was completed, it was yet to open for business. The airport’s runway was not sealed. However, it was built to accommodate Solomon Airline’s Dash-8 aircraft. So it was a sizeable airport. The $60 million the…