Solomon Islands Letters to the Editor - Solomon Star News

Letters to the Editor (1136)

  • 31
  • Jan

Dear Editor – I write to thank the former Attorney General of Solomon Islands for his clear reply (SS5415) to my earlier article on Soqavare’s Moti and also acknowledged the reply from Hon. Soqavare.

  • 31
  • Jan

Dear Editor – I promised myself that I would keep out of the Moti related correspondence but, as one of the people he would no doubt put in the category of swine, I cannot resist the temptation to comment on Mr Moti’s reference to pearls in yesterday’s letter to the Star.

  • 31
  • Jan

Dear Editor – It is very sad indeed for the country that national governments have come and gone over the years, yet one person remains a permanent feature of the national leadership circles.

  • 31
  • Jan

Dear Editor – The central island police at Tulagi are not doing their duty.

  • 31
  • Jan

Dear Editor - I read with great interest from the Solomon star issue No 5412 Saturday 25 January 2014.

  • 31
  • Jan

Dear Editor – Counters 4 & 5 at the Treasury are no longer carrying out any of the other services they normally provide as they succumbed to the extraordinary pressure of SICHE/SINU students' demand to resolve academic transcripts issues.

  • 31
  • Jan

Dear Editor – Grateful indeed if you could please allow me a space in your paper to express my views and that of other fellow colleague teachers, concerning the above subject.

  • 31
  • Jan

Dear Editor – We Tikopians are quite known for our respect, kindness and other good cultural behaviours.

  • 31
  • Jan

Dear Editor – At the outset, it appears that the issue regarding Moti’s compensation has drawn both legal and political overtones.

  • 11
  • Feb

Dear Editor – Thanks for giving me the opportunity. I have been trying to raise my personal concern about the Solomon Islands Electricity Authority (SIEA) services through this medium for sometime.

  • 13
  • Feb

Dear Editor - 2014 is the year of the horse according to the Chinese zodiac and the spirit of the horse is recognised by the Chinese as a year for making unremitting efforts to improve themselves.

  • 14
  • Feb

Dear Editor – I would like thank the government, if its true that scholarship award has been increased from 99 to 400.