Serious crimes

Dear Editor – The rate serious crimes are happening these last days is amazing and is a no good build up for the future generations if nothing is done to bring it down or stop the act, let alone the loss of innocent lives caused by brutal killings. Mr Law Makers what shall we do…

Arnavon marine park

Dear Editor – I congratulate the communities of Katupika, Wagina and Kia for combining their efforts that has led to the setting up of the Arnavon Community Marine Park’s declaration. The initiative of the three communities to seriously consider marine life conservation in the Arnavon Islands in a place frequented by the hawksbill and Green…

THIS LIFE

This planet flying slowly towards flattery Aiming to take a worse battery in gender based violence Global governments doing their part to reduce them While in reality its the beer thats contributes to worsening The beer that increases their wealth at the expense of the poor   Last week the news was worse A man…

Road safety

Dear Editor – It is interesting! You go to the Ministry of Infrastructure Development (MID) headquarters and at the side of the building there is a large notice board which introduces the basic functions of the ministry, one of which is Road Safety. This morning (yesterday) on my way down to Point Cruz, I saw…

Australia pays Moti

Apologised to former attorney general for illegal deportation Australia has paid Julian Moti compensation and apologised to him over his illegal deportation from Solomon Islands in 2007. Moti revealed this is Suva, last Thursday, during the launch of the book, Redeeming Moti, written by Australian journalist Dr Susan Merrell. “I am pleased to announce that…

KEY SUSPECT SURRENDERS

Suspect Airlifted to Honiara via helicopter ONE of the key suspects into the double murder case over the Easter at LGZ building, Town Ground is now in police custody after surrendering to Police on Monday afternoon. The murder suspect who was identified as Jimmy Goufi gave in and is now ready to face the law…

Law students get paid

SEVENTEEN government sponsored students studying law at USP Emalus campus in Vanuatu have finally received their allowance last week after almost 14 weeks without an allowance. The money was part of their first semester allowance. The affected students confirmed this to Solomon Star on Monday. Meanwhile, the students thanked the government for its continuous support…