Solomon Islands Private View News - Solomon Star News


Correct reference to law

Dear Editor – I have just seen a full page advertisement in your publication on Tuesday 23 Sept 2014.

Logger’s attempt to circumvent court order

THIS is like a scene carved out from a Hollywood thriller blockbuster movie, an Asian colluding with a bank to circumvent a court order.

Election Date 2014

Dear Editor – I notice that just about every day there is an article in the local papers about possible election dates. Our Constitution clearly says that general elections must be held within four months after Parliament has been dissolved.

Muaki, Forau & PMO

Dear Editor - I read with interest and a little dismay at the continue debate by our elites regarding Dr Jimmy Rodger’s yet undeclared intention to stand for national election and who according to Mr. Forau will be the best PM.

Charitable trust

Dear Editor - High Court Judge, His Honour, Justice Pallaras QC has recently expressed his serious concerns over domestic violence in the Solomon Islands and the plight of so many women and young girls suffering violence and human rights abuse, especially, he said, as the Solomon Islands is a signatory to the United Nations Convention on Human Rights.

Trochus - a new coastal fisheries resource for Samoa

SPC: Samoa is the latest country to successfully develop a new trochus (Tectus niloticus) fishery. On learning of the successful introduction of the species in Federated States of Micronesia, Marshall Islands, Cook Islands and French Polynesia, the Government of Samoa began its effort to introduce the species in the 1990s.

Fijian officer seconded to MSG

FBC NEWS: Fiji's Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Erami Raibe has taken up his new role as the Melanesian Spearhead Group (MSG) Department of Peacekeeping Officer in Port Villa, Vanuatu.

Air Niugini reduces fuel surcharge

POST COURIER - Papua New Guinea National airline Air Niugini has announced reduction in fuel surcharge for both domestic and international routes-effective from Monday.

Gender based violence workshop starts

A THREE days workshop on gender based violence (GBV) for nurses, Church women’s group leaders and chiefs from communities around Auki kicks off yesterday.

ABC: The head of Australia's ginger industry says he's furious with a decision to allow imports of fresh ginger from Fiji, with confirmation some permits have already been granted.