Editor - Solomon Star News


Gov’t crisis management in education

The Leader of Opposition Matthew Wale is unhappy at what seems to be a “perpetual crisis management” by the government in dealing with scholarships and the school fees policy.

In Court with Assumpta

* Sentence for elderly man, Feb 25
* One Link’s bail ruling next Monday 

Call to respect development plans

An outspoken man from Fataleka electorate in Malaita Province man has appealed to his people to respect the constituency’s ongoing development plans.


Gov’t injects additional $150k into coconut industry

Police investigate break-in at Honiara City Council office 

Officers of the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) at Honiara City Central Police Station are investigating a break-in at the planning office of the Honiara City Council at Point Cruz between 14 and 15 February 2021.

Call for girl’s camp

WITH the growing number of cases involving rape and abuse against girls in the country, some parents and guardians are calling for the need for girls camps to become a regular program, especially in the Western Province.

The enduring faith

Dear Editor - As even time swiftly developments in Bangkok where I have found a home for many years since leaving the Solomon Islands as long ago as 1999, I reflected on the many countries I was privileged to have served in as a policeman since 1959 and decided to turn to U Tube on my laptop to listen, once more, to the playing of the National anthems of those countries, including, of course, the Solomon Islands, Zambia, Swaziland, Lesothu, Papua News Guinea, South Africa, St Helena Vanuatu, and even India, where I never served, but was touched to listen to the playing olf the Evening Hymn, ‘Abide with Me’ at a recently held ‘Beating the Retreat Ceremony held in New Delhi. 

Hon Minister Fika’s attack on the media

Dear Editor - I write to express utmost dismay at the way Minister Fiika has attacked journalist Eddie Osifelo and his boss, Mathias Loji over the Tubi affair.

Pacific unity at stake

The fall out in the Pacific Island Forum is now a subject of concern and heavily discussed by our leaders in the region.


THE Government is believed to have or is considering cutting by half salaries of public servants undertaking in-service training at both the University of the South Pacific (USP) in Honiara and the Solomon Islands National University (SINU).

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