Chance to improve business

Port Moresby (The National) – THE 2018 APEC meeting presents Papua New Guinea with ways to improve the country’s ways in doing business, Prime Minister Peter O’Neill says. Speaking during release of report Powering PNG into the Asian Century, by the ANZ Bank in Port Moresby last week, O’Neill said between now and then, PNG…

Removal call reiterated

LEADER of the Opposition group Jeremiah Manele has reiterated his call to the Prime Minster Manasseh Sogavare to sack his Special Secretary Rence Sore and the Minister of Forestry Bodo Dettke. Mr. Manele made the call in a press conference yesterday at the Sir Paul Tovua complex in Honiara. He said, there are serious national…

Hou: PM not in control

Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare is no longer the national manager of the country that he used to be, says Small Malaita Member of Parliament Ricky Hou. The former Finance Minister made this statement after seeing Mr Sogavare’s seven months in leadership had fall short of people’s expectation. He said, the Prime Minister knows the economy…

APID issue

Dear Editor – May I ask Mr Alfred Sasako to stop using his pen to bark over APID issues as his fundraising drive to make ends meet. His recent explanation of his termination does not convince enough for the public, rather raised more questions over his credibility as a senior citizen striving for the good…

Miner’s attempt exposed

Dear Editor – Please allow me space in your prestigious newspaper to straighten up a little bit the issues at Renbel Province. Friday’s article captioned as “Miner’s attempt exposed” has mentioned some relationship between Mugava and Solomon Mining with World Link Resources Ltd. We wish to clarify and inform the public specially the good people…

Modernising Honiara

Dear Editor – I wish to join all Solomon Islanders who have embraced the Mayor’s announcement that the properties in the stretch of land between hot-bread and NPF head-offices will be demolished and improved. Well done Mayor and your team. This is a wonderful announcement and like Jackson Ray, I want to extend to you…

Beijing supports Chung Wah

Chung Wah School in Honiara on Monday received financial support from the Beijing government based in mainland China with a sum of SBD$310,000.00. The donation was the part of an ongoing support from mainland China to redevelop the Chinese operated school in Honiara. Speaking to this paper yesterday on behalf of the school, chairman of…