Malaita govt does not endorse petition

Malaita Provincial Executive says it is unaware nor endorsed any petition by the Honiara-based Malaitans. A statement issued by the Malaita Provincial Government (MPG) on Monday said the executive has not sighted the petition nor has it endorsed it to formally represent the interest of the entire province. The Malaita Provincial Government statement said it…

TIME TO MAKE A CHANGE

Group distanced itself from armed group Su’u led group supports Sogavare Plans to held talks with PRC Embassy Willing to meet with Malaita Premier   THE Solomon Islands Post Rehabilitation, Reintegration Association (SIPCRAA) with former Malaitan hardline leader Moses Su’u cemented their relationship with the Sogavare led Government yesterday. A meeting which was attended by…

SU’U SAYS SORRY

PM accepts apology from former hardline leader   A former hardline Malaita leader has come face to face with Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare and apologised for his past actions against him as Prime Minister and the Democratic Coalition Government for Advancement (DCGA). Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare in returned has sincerely accepted the apology from Moses…

Local dies, issues warning

“Please get your jab to save your families’   A LOCAL woman married to a Fijian who died in Fiji after she contracted the deadly COVID-19 Delta Variant has warned all Solomon Islanders prior to her death to get their vaccine to protect their families. Jenny Davis, the sister of the deceased spoke to the…

DEO EVICTED

….for non-payments of rentals  Is it finally over for Deo’s Consultancy and Broker firm?   DEOGRATIAS Harorimana – the Rwandan national accused by indigenous business owners of “fraudulent and deceitful” dealings – has been evicted from a five-bedroom executive house he claimed to have co-owned with his Solomon Islands’ partner, sources told Solomon Star, Friday.…

Dora admits running One Link without license

THE owner of the fast money making scheme ‘One Link Pacifica’ Charles Dora has confessed to operating the scheme without a license, Friday. Dora entered his guilty plea to one count of operating unlicensed banking business, a charge laid under the Financial Institution Act (FIA). This was after the prosecution withdrew the second charge of…

GOV’T RECEIVES PETITION

THE Democratic Coalition Government for Advancement (DCGA) has finally received a copy of the petition from the Malaitans in Honiara group on Friday. Special Secretary to the Prime Minister (SSPM) Albert Kabui has confirmed that he had received the much awaited petition on behalf of the Prime Minister at the Office of the Prime Minister…

Sade clarifies book supply deal

The Premier of Guadalcanal Province Francis Sade has reiterated that the deal to supply books to schools has been canceled because the former education officer was the one involved in the deal . Speaking to the paper yesterday Premier Sade said the fifty cents ($0.50) deal is unethical and stated he canceled the deal last…

TOP-UP ALLOWANCES FOR STUDENTS IN FIJI

THE Government is considering millions of dollars in top-up allowances for Solomon Islands students studying in Fiji, the Secretary to Prime Minister (SPM), Jimmy Rodgers has revealed. Dr Rodgers said the Ministry of Education and Human Resources Development (MEHRD) and the Office of the Prime Minister are working on a joint paper seeking additional funding…