Solomon Islands Letters to the Editor - Solomon Star News

Letters to the Editor (1154)

  • 21
  • Jan

Dear Editor - It was reported that the Malaita Provincial Premier Daniel Suidani has thanked the Fataleka Housing Scheme for responding positively to a request for a clinic staff house in Ward 5 in West Fataleka, Malaita Province. 

  • 27
  • Nov


Dear Editor
- Grateful if space is allowed to convey the above-said matter to “Amazing Lilo” (Former Hon. GD Lilo).

  • 25
  • Nov


Dear Editor
- Saturday 21st marked the end of 2020 by-election for Central Honiara and North East Guadalcanal.

  • 25
  • Nov

Dear Editor - The Government’s determination to ban Facebook in the Solomon Islands is rather bemusing.

  • 23
  • Nov


Dear Editor
- The decision by Solomon Islands’ Cabinet to ban Facebook is said to be legally wrong and I expect the decision to be challenged.

  • 23
  • Nov

Supposed to be the face

Understandably that's the ace

Much more better than the rest

  • 23
  • Nov


Dear Editor
- My hearty congratulations to Edwin Babanisi on qualifying for a law degree.

  • 23
  • Oct


Dear Editor
- The call from the President of the HRUA in light of the Rugby saga that was currently hit up in Honiara and discussed in other media platforms is highly commended and worth taken note of. 

  • 29
  • Sep

Dear Editor - On the front page of Solomon Star Issue No.7638 (Mon 28th Sept 2020) the Prime Minister reportedly spoke warmly about the more than 80 of our students who have so far graduated from Cuban medical schools.

  • 16
  • Apr

DEAR EDITOR – As a student and a concerned citizen of Solomon Islands, I urge that all shipping operators must comply with the Maritime safety laws of the country.

  • 16
  • Apr

DEAR EDITOR – Grateful if a revelation after the Easter Celebration is put on your column.

  • 17
  • Apr


DEAR EDITOR
– I believe the question of whether the High Court has the power to invalidate an election petition on proof of bribery under the Electoral Act 2018  was considered by the Chief Justice Sir Albert Palmer in the case of James Airahui and others v Peter Kenilorea (Jr) and others.  

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