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Private View (342)

  • 21
  • Mar

Shortly before the then deputy prime minister forced Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare’s hand to push me to jump ship last July, I had a number of visits by displaced or aggrieved employees of the Solomon Islands Ports Authority (SIPA).

  • 18
  • Mar

Rising inequality threatens to derail, from the start, successful implementation of the new 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development in the Asia-Pacific region. Stronger, more equitable social protection will be critical in overcoming these challenges.

  • 17
  • Mar

I usually remain inconclusive on a question – Is the Solomon Islands a rich country or a poor country? I can say, it’s rich, but it’s poor too, or, the Solomon Islands is as a rich country of deprived people.  Let me explain, why?

  • 09
  • Mar

NEW YORK, (UN NEWS CENTRE) ---- As a boy growing up in post-war Korea, I remember asking about a tradition I observed: women going into labour would leave their shoes at the threshold and then look back in fear.

  • 26
  • Feb

IT is very worrying to follow and learn the undertakings of the Nende Resources Development Association’s (NRDA) and their fight over the registered land LR616 and LR716.

  • 26
  • Feb

I WISH to respond to Gabriel Talokwai’s letter which was published in your paper on 8 February 2016.

  • 26
  • Feb

YOUR newspaper featured the outstanding academic achievements of 31 year old Tammy Tambe from Wagina in South Choiseul who has recently received her PhD in Social Anthropology from the University of Bergan in Norway.

  • 11
  • Feb

IT pays to find out the real issues before speaking out. When we don’t, we only end up looking foolish in the eyes of the public.

  • 11
  • Feb

ALL indigenous Solomon Islanders have a village to call home. We are very fortunate for this blessing.

  • 08
  • Feb

Welcome to our continuing discussion on the topic, ‘Our view of God.’ Before we look more closely at some of God’s characteristics, let’s take a few moments to evaluate our view of God. It’s one thing to say we’ve avoided the misconceptions about God that we have discussed over the last three weeks. It’s another thing to sense God’s eagerness for us to know Him.

  • 04
  • Feb

This may sound overly dramatized but it is far better to risk being proven wrong; than to be silent and watch the country plunge itself into self-destruction. 

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