TRANSPARENCY Solomon Islands (TSI) as do other concerned citizens of Solomon Islands urges the government not to leave the youths hanging in the air, unemployed looking for any opportunities of employment and where they could access the information, they need to present their plight constructively to the government.
Dear Editor – As was always said, “The man who asks a question is fool for a minute. The man who does not ask is fool for life.” Also it is said, “Learn avidly, and question it repeatedly. Analyse it carefully. Then put what you have learned into practice intelligently.”
Dear Editor - In early May this year I read the story in the Solomon Star of a sick child, 16 year old Linta from Guadalcanal Province who was reported to be suffering from a heart condition that could not be treated in the Solomon Islands and her anxious family wanted her be able to go to Australia for surgery.
“Deo Hits Back”, the title of the article by Deo Harorimana portrays attempts by a guilty person trying to water down the issues raised against him and his partner Salome Kwaiga for exploiting local business people in the country to enrich themselves.