PERMANENT secretary of the Ministry of Lands Stanley Waleanisia has defended his ministry against public perception that it is one of the most “corrupt” government ministries.
POLICE will be searching for an alleged arsonist who failed to turn up on Monday in court for the setting of his trial date.
CHARLES against a man accused of obstructing Government officers on duty at one of the flood evacuation centres in Honiara have been cleared.
A MOTHER who mistreated her five year-old daughter on various occasions this year has been placed on a good behaviour bond.
TWO witnesses have testified in court during a committal hearing on Monday in relation to a murder case at Kolobangara last year.
HIGH Court judge Francis Mwanesalua will today deliver his ruling on the no case to answer submission in relation to the murder case at Lungga River, East Honiara.
UNITED States Secretary of State John Kerry arrives today on his first visit to Solomon Islands.
VISITING Archbishop of Canterbury The Most Reverend Justin Welby on Monday made a courtesy visit to Prime Minister Gordon Darcy Lilo.
MALAITA premier Edwin Suibaea has applauded the NCRA Government for living up to its promise in delivering the $2.9 million cheque towards the rehabilitation of Kilu’ufi Hospital over the weekend.
THE National Disaster Management Office (NDMO) applauds those who have taken the initiative to help themselves recover from April’s flooding disaster.
A MALAITA man claims police seem to put more emphasis to investigating robbery cases than high-level corruption.
HEAD of the Central Province police Fred Satu has urged people in the province to respect each other.
Flood victims given roofing irons
SIDT launches election awareness
New training for SAFENET members
Former officers accuse government of ‘delay tactics’