Serving the charitable needs of the Solomon Islands

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IN March 2015, I launched my personal website – www.solomonislandsinfocus.com that I painstakingly designed and funded for the sole purpose of aiding good causes in the Solomon Islands with an emphasis on illustrating locally...

A very productive trip indeed but at whose expense?

Congratulations Prime Minister Rick Houenipwela.YOUR trip to Japan for the PALM8 Leaders’ summit or at least the benefits from sideline meetings has given Solomon Islands what to hope for in terms of infrastructure development,...

Exclusion through Inclusion

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The Paradox of Fiji’s Race Politics FIJI’s contemporary politics has always been laced with racial overtones, even in the midst of the current Fiji First Party-led government’s attempts to erase race from Fijians’ political consciousness.The...

You either leave power or power will leave you

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By Alfred SasakoTHE last thing any leader, political and industrial leaders alike would consider doing, particularly when they are pushed, is making the rush decision to accept that the time has come to throw...

The 2018 government budget concerns

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THE government has just passed the budget and what a budget it is.A budget that pays very little or no attention at all to issues, and concerns of national interest, and the social-economic development...

Solomon Airlines is back on the social media

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IT is hard to know what other institutions are suffering – in silence – as a result of government neglect.There seems to be smoke everywhere, particularly within the public sector. In the past few...

Could it be a tip of the iceberg?

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He came in yesterday morning just to thank me.“Thank you for raising the concerns which we have been trying to disclose but we never got through even with our government officials,” he said.“The logging...

Are we missing the target?

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THE piece of legislation intended to govern the conduct of elections in Solomon Islands is perhaps the best thing that ever happened to this country.It was gazetted last week. But the weaknesses in the...

PNG’s leap forward – 42 years of Independence

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Commentary OUR big Melanesian brother Papua New Guinea celebrated its 42nd Independence Anniversary on Saturday.PNG became self-governing in December 1973 and achieved independence on September 16, 1975.As a nation they’ve come a long way over...

The truth behind SINUSA’s 14-day strike notice

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THIS is to reveal the reason why Reginald Ngati and his group are issuing the 14 days strike notice as appeared in the Islands Sun’s issue of Thursday March 22, 2018.The truth behind their...

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