Call for bread labeling here

LOCAL bakeries supplying breads to shops and canteens in Honiara have been urged to label the package of their products. Members of the public in Honiara have criticised failure by the Bakery manufacturers of bread to label their products before selling them through shopping outlets. Concerned customers say manufacturers of bread and buns who fail…

Student meeting date rescheduled

THE proposed date for meeting between the Director of the National Training Unit (NTU) and the government sponsored students this week has been rescheduled further from Wednesday to Thursday. This is according to the Solomon Islands Student Association (SISA) Laucala, Campus student body. In a statement that was passed on to the Solomon Star yesterday,…

Chiefs to launch community by-laws

EAST Honiara Outskirt Settlement Community Policing Law Association (EHOSCPLA) will launch their community by-laws soon. President of the EHOSCPLA Michael Kwaioloa confirmed that the draft copy of the by-laws is now with responsible authorities to screen it for purposes of inconsistency with the existing national laws before implementation. He said that community by-laws are mainly…

Beu denies premier’s claim

PREMIER of Temotu Province, Nelson Omar Menale had criticised the recent trip to Honiara by the member of the provincial non-executive, Fr.Brown Beu, as suspicious. Premier Menale said his Executive strongly hold the view that Fr. Beu should be closely monitored to ensure he does not indulge in activities contrarily to good governance. Premier Menale…

Bed bugs plague Honiara

BED bugs are reported spreading like a plague in many parts of east Honiara. Reports reaching this paper said the bug is rapidly spreading into residential homes in the eastern part of the city is increasingly becoming a concern to many residents. The carnivorous blood sucking insect has been on the increase, invading many homes…