Locals support SIPA reform

Dear Editor – I would like to contribute to the SIPA reform issue as well because others have also shared their views. I was only forced to contribute based on some criticisms of the reform which I think still resembles people who would be best referred to as the “Peters”. Peter in the bible is…

Incite, divide and conquer

Dear Editor – It  is with CONCERN reading the recent angle now pitched by the infamous SIPA CEO. I am certain that the SIPA BOARD members are confused and mere spectators in the tug of war to win public minds and politicians support. (Read pay board members and promise power and wealth to politicians). Collin…

Good on you Yow, thanks for supporting Kurukuru

On Tuesday the Solomon Islands Ports Authority Chief Executive Officer Colin Yow finally materialized his pledge to help the Solomon Islands Football Federation (SIFF) in preparing the Solomon Islands National Futsal Team for their Colombia World Cup Campaign. Mr Yow on behalf of SIPA sealed the deal with SIFF at SIPA office in the afternoon…

Our soccer

Dear Editor – True to his word the PNG coach is now smiling after beating our boys 2-1 at Lawson Tama. It was revenge that PNG was looking for. I watched the final friendly and PNG deserve to win the match because they have played hard and well with good speed throughout the entire match.…

SIPA dawn

Dear Editor – I learn with great interest on issues pertaining to SIPA especially its reform programme. Initially, I first confused and questioned because of my scarce knowledge of the reform program. My traditional knowledge of SIPA which commonly known as ‘Ports Authority’- a gate way for export and import of goods challenges me to…

SIPA venturing into aviation

Dear Editor – Solomon Islands must be congratulated for having recently appointed a new CEO, who despite his very short period of time in the country, has displayed an air of superman, and knew more about it than those who have lived here for most of their lives. Most recently he has involved SIPA into…

Rethinking society and the human spirit

Dear Editor – Science thinking and religious thinking has changed over the centuries concerning origins of the universe, evolution of human and other species, the solar system’s size and other profound matters. Just think! Women and men were created by an all loving God to engage in bringing forward an ever advancing civilization. If one…

SI should learn from Korea

Today more than 85% of the Solomon Islands live in rural area that include in the 3.3 billion people live in rural areas around the world. Rural development is therefore of vital significance if the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development – “a plan of action for people, planet and prosperity” – is to become reality.…

Response to MMF’s claims

Dear Editor – Please allow me to respond to the article by MMF “MMF Defends Ports” from your edition of Monday 21st March. As you know my position is to only respond where there is inaccuracy in either content or reporting, so that a ‘fair’ view can be determined by your readership. Although MMF has…