Editor - Solomon Star News


Promoting local products and services

Dear Editor - In the past few days, Solomon’s Fashion Week was officially opened in Honiara with an exhibition of beautiful clothes and accessories designed by local tailors, women’s group and artists.

Music is life

Dear Editor – First and foremost let me take this opportunity to thank Dennis Marite (interim President) and his executive to have seen the importance and recognised the need to have the Solomon Island Music Federation revived, restructured and back to business again.

SISE mathematics examiner

Dear Editor – First, I wish to congratulate the SISE English Examiner and his/her moderator for a job professionally done.

Victory looms

Warriors coach confident of fourth victory

Tight security for boxing

Security will be beefed up for the fortnightly boxing bouts organized by the Honiara Amateur Boxing Association (HABA).

Fiji 7s Coach Ryan soft spot for local players

SUVA,  (FBC SPORTS) - Vodafone Fiji 7s coach, Ben Ryan says he would prefer to use local-based players for the busy season that lies ahead.

AUCKLAND, (STUFF NZ) -The hits just keep coming for New Zealand Football with a report claiming up to seven players were notified of their omission from the All Whites squad to play Oman after receiving a message meant for those selected.

RNZI emerging as pacific voice on climate change

Dear Editor - Radio New Zealand International (RNZI) is at the forefront in focusing attention on the forthcoming COP 21 Paris meeting on climate change.

ACOM Episcopal elections

Dear Editor - The Church of Melanesia is gearing up for elections to fill the episcopal positions left vacant by Archbishop David Vunagi and the Bishop Richard Naramana of Ysabel diocese.

SFA CEO got it wrong

Dear Editor - After more than five years down the line and Solomon Forestry Association (SFA) under the leadership of Robson Kana or better known as Robson Djokovic just realized that Agro- forestry permits are unregulated practice? What a joke! Where was SFA when agro- forestry permits were dished out to ten of its members in the last four to five years? I guess SFA must have lost its voice in the wilderness then!