Editor - Solomon Star News


Fiji's Bainimarama pulls out of MSG summit

RNZI: Fiji's prime minister, Frank Bainimarama, won't be attending next week's Melanesian Spearhead Group summit in Vanuatu.

Fans hail Micah

Local football fans in the country have acknowledged  and congratulated the country’s New Zealand-based football star Micah Lea’alafa for his outstanding performance following the recent Oceania league championships.

Who is next?

An analysis of the sacking of the SIPA chairman and board member

Sea fare increase

Dear Editor –It is indeed a sad news for us the general public if the above caption comes to full implementation next week.

Great effort

Dear Editor – Good work to the team who took on the system and won in the tax free for politicians.

Can the court decide on the SIPA saga?

THERE appears to be no sign that the Solomon Islands Ports Authority (SIPA) controversy is going to be resolved any time soon.

Ports workers praise new digital system

THE Solomon Islands Ports Authority (SIPA) workers are now using a digital entry system to enter data, thanks to the SIPA reforms.

Earning an income

Dear Editor – I was struck by the simple story, published in your last issue of the Sunday Star, of the determination and self-enterprise which has resulted in Winnifred Nanau, originally from Malaita, earning a living and income for her family by selling used clothing from her rented hut in Honiara.

Human rights and journalism

Dear Editor – A three-day Human Rights and Media Forum, supported by the Australian Government and the European Union, ended in Nadi, Fiji, last Friday.

Thank you Sir Albert!

Dear Editor – Grateful if you could include my observations in your editorial column. Last Tuesday(20/04/16) was a historic day in the record of this country.