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Constituents want Auga out

In the light of what transpired in Honiara last week, the people of West Mbaelelea in Malaita Province have called on their Member of Parliament (MP) Augustine Auga to resign from the DCGA government. The call came after chiefs, church leaders, community leaders, women leaders, and youth leaders held a meeting at the Arao Centre…

Call to respect vital infrastructures

The Central Bank of Solomon Islands (CBSI) is calling on the general public to respect all banks and other financial institutions’ properties in Honiara. This call was made following last week’s events which saw several key properties being damaged, including a bank building and ATMs, which were razed to the ground by fire. “I want…

Gina voted out, new premier soon

WESTERN Provincial Assembly Member for Ward 15 in Munda, David Gina was voted out of the premiership position through a Motion of No Confidence in a Provincial Assembly meeting held on Monday. About 18 Members of the Western Provincial Assembly convened the Provincial Assembly Meeting, which was gazetted by the Ministry of Provincial Government and…

‘WE WANT STATE GOVT’

TEMOTU Provincial Premier and former Temotu VATUD parliamentarian, Clay Forau has called on the National Government to pass and implement the state government system. In a statement on Tuesday, Mr Forau said the desire for more autonomy has transpired to be the obvious among the many reasons as to why the bigger provinces in Solomon…

PM UNMOVED

Urges Wale to rethink the motion Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare says losing one of his homes during last week’s unrest and being displaced will not deter him from stepping down. At the same he told Opposition Leader Matthew Wale – the mover of the proposed motion of no confidence that his government is ready to…

NO-CONFIDENCE MOTION FILED

As church followers disciplined for participating in rioting and looting    OPPOSITION Leader Matthew Wale has filed a no-confidence motion in Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare, Clerk to Parliament David Kusulifu, confirmed Monday. Mr. Kusulifu said the motion was put on notice on Sunday. It will be debated on 6th December as December 5th which meets…

GOVT TO ASSIST AFFECTED BUSINESS HOUSES

Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare today has announced that the National Government will assist business houses that were destroyed during last week’s unrest in Honiara. Many business houses in the China Town, Kukum and Ranadi commercial districts have suffered from looting and burning during the unrest. Speaking in Parliament today, Sogavare said the Government is already…