Letters to the Editor - Solomon Star News

Letters to the Editor (903)

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  • Aug

Dear Editor - After more than 20 years under the program with nothing but pride, high expectations and hanging on to it for dear life, weird questions and doubts are emerging from all corners by those who just can’t take it anymore.

  • 15
  • Aug

Dear Editor - In a country where the institutions are fragile, it’s easier for sub-standard products finding their way in unfretted.

  • 15
  • Aug

Dear Editor - The reported theft of an engraved plate from a memorial unveiled at Bloody Ridge Memorial Park just a week ago is shameful and I hope the person or persons responsible for such reprehensible conduct will soon be apprehended by the police.

  • 14
  • Aug

Dear Editor - With reference to the article written by Mr. Jackson Rahemae, Solomon Star, 11th August article No-6669, in the pretext that he is the head chief of the Pomwaimwei Tribe in Small Malaita.

  • 14
  • Aug

Dear Editor - Mr. William Gua’s revelation in your paper that unnamed foreign businessmen had proped up GCC with a payment of $1.8 million seems to explain government somewhat irrational decisions especially in regards to natural resources.

  • 14
  • Aug

Dear Editor - Its interesting to read and see the ongoing words of battle by a number of our top officials connected to the aviation authority.

  • 14
  • Aug

Dear Editor – AXF's recent announcement that a new Chinese investor has been found for Gold Ridge came as no surprise.

  • 14
  • Aug

Dear Editor – It is not uncommon for foreigners like Bruce White who spend a few days in Solomon Islands to assume they know more about the country and its people.

  • 14
  • Aug

Dear Editor – I thank you for publishing my article on the paper of the 8/7/17 issue No. 6639 which was never the case with Island Sun.

  • 14
  • Aug

Dear Editor – From being an Office Cleaner and errand boy to Church Pastor, David Day Pacha was elected to Parliament thereafter appointed Minister with responsibility for Mineral and Energy Resources.

  • 14
  • Aug

Dear Editor – The French BRED Bank has opened its doors in Honiara, on Friday, becoming the fourth commercial bank in the Solomon Islands.

  • 14
  • Aug

Dear Editor – The ongoing deteriorating bad road condition in south central Malaita is still heating the airwaves.

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