Editor - Solomon Star News


Self interest now evident

Dear Editor - Well, now that the No Confidence Motion is set for this Friday, 30th October 2015, I hope the people of Solomon Islands have already seen the clear picture.

Political wrangling

Dear Editor - Quietly observing the political wrangling, it is very interesting to note of the political twists the developed over time.

Political leadership chaos

Dear Editor - It is coming around again! Yes. You know what I am referring to...the inevitable no-confidence vote in a sitting Prime Minister.

The forgotten teachers

Dear Editor - The practice is obvious again that the government is trying to defend its own interest by side tracking the teachers from being included in the review of the education act and the white paper as its final stages.

Don’t stop school-children from school

Dear Editor - I fully understand the great need and importance of paying school-fees in time in order to run the administration of the whole school academic finance year.

Access for Persons with Disabilities

Dear Editor - The ANZ Bank provides valuable services to its customers throughout the Solomon Island and I have been associated with the bank's excellent services and products since serving in the then New Hebrides (now Vanuatu) in 1972-1974) it is with respect, therefore, that I humbly request that the incumbent Manager of the ANZ's new, Honiara banking premises provide disability access to the bank in keeping with the ANZ's declared policies.

Construction Completed on Church Meetinghouse

Latter-day Saints prepare for long-awaited opening, public open house

United women gets first win

Western United women’s football club has finally registered their first three points of the Solomon Islands National Women’s Football League competition.

Warriors-Marist showdown

THE final Telekom S-League (TSL) round one catch up match between league leader Solomon Warriors FC and Marist FC has been set for 4pm this afternoon at the Lawson Tama stadium.

SIRUF named final 7s squad

The Solomon Islands Rugby Union Federation with the help of their appointed selectors had finalized its final 7s squad that will represent the country in the upcoming Oceania 7s tournament in Auckland in November.