DEAR EDITOR – Our veteran journalist Alfred Sasako in the feature page of the Island Sun Friday 6 September, may little realized that the title of his article ; China has more to offer than skeptics realize, is a slap on the face of many Solomon Islanders in academia, both nationally and internationally.
DEAR EDITOR – With the increasing success of kava as a cash crop rewarding kava farmers with much needed income and the reported success of chocolate sales and coconut related products, I often wonder why the Solomon Islands has not developed a fresh flower market, particularly the cultivation and export of orchids.
DEAR EDITOR – The message that emerged from the leaders of the smaller Pacific islands countries at the recent Pacific Islands Forum meeting in Tuvalu could not have been clearer or more important – climate change is real and the future of our children and all the children of the blue Pacific is uncertain – unless urgent, ambitious action is taken to limit global warming to below 1.5C.
Why is Transparency Solomon Islands so concerned about good governance, focusing its advocacy activities on  civic awareness,  active citizenship/citizens,  fight against and rolling back corruption,  people engagement,  democracy,  empowering citizens with information on their relationships and linkages to the three arms of the government,  supporting people’s activism,  human rights and  providing free legal services and advice?
As we celebrate to Easter Vigil, we are entering the most crucial and mysterious period of time. On the part of the disciples and those who were close to Jesus, it was a time of confusion, a time of loneliness, doubts, and uncertainties. But more than this, it is a time of darkness and death. Jesus is dead…Jesus is in darkness. God is dead…God is in darkness.