Super Six B’ball comp kicks off

The Super Six basketball competition has successfully kicked off over the weekend. Four matches have been played to mark the start of the competition. It comprises of two matches from High School and the other two from the men’s open category. Reigning champions of the 2014 High School Basketball league Betikama and King George boys…

Bmobile-Vodafone praised

THE Malaita provincial government has thanked Bmobile-Vodafone for connecting Malaita through communication in spite of roads and shipping services. This was highlighted by the Deputy Premier of the Malaita Provincial Assembly (MPA) Alick Maeaba during the launching of Bmobile- Vodafone’s new high capacity network at Rarasu leaf hut in Auki last Friday. Mr Maeaba also…

Back in power

Sogavare welcomes new ministers PRIME Minister Manasseh Sogavare last night welcomed members of the Independent Group into his fold in a ceremony held at Honiara Hotel. The six Independent MPs joined the government following last week’s mass resignation of government ministers and backbenchers. “I want to welcome and acknowledge members of the Independent Group for…

Speaker’s decision challenged

POLITICAL Parties that formed the Democratic Coalition for Change (DCC) Government are questioning the action of the Speaker of the National Parliament to approve the Motion of No Confidence that is set for this Friday. With that, the cause of action taken by the parties in light of the recent motion of no confidence was…

Legality of no confidence motion challenged

THE High Court of Solomon Islands had been asked through a filed application seeking legal clarification as to whether or not the  no confidence motion against Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare, to be moved in Parliament this Friday by the Leader of Opposition, Jeremiah Manele is illegal or not. Speaker of Parliament Ajilon Nasiu had scheduled…

MMF appeals for support

Malaita Ma’asina Forum (MMF) has called on parliamentarians to support the Democratic Coalition for Change (DCC) government to continue with their leadership. Speaking to the Solomon Star  MMF President Charles Dausabea slammed the recent move by former Deputy Prime Minister (DPM) Douglas Ete and former Minister for Provincial Government Augustine Auga, alleging their actions was…

MMF urges Manele keep out from resigned Ministers

MALAITA Ma’asina Forum (MMF) has warned the Opposition Leader Jeremiah Manele to stand firm and not give in to political manipulation especially by the recently resigned Ministers of the Government.  President of MMF Charles Dausabea appealed to the Opposition Leader not to give in easily to be manipulated by former government Ministers who have resigned…