Why fight corruption?

THE Chair to the Solomon Islands Independent Commission Against Corruption (SIICAC), Anika Kingmele, last week highlighted why corruption should be fought against in the country. She was speaking during the celebration of the International Day Against Corruption at the National Auditorium in Honiara. She said it is important for any country or any sector to…

RSIPV Gizo returns to Honiara

RSIPV Gizo is back on station and fully operational following maintenance work in Australia. The Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) welcomed RSIPV Gizo and its crew back to Honiara following maintenance in Australia with a small ceremony at Aola Base in Honiara on 21 December 2022. Australian High Commissioner Dr Lachlan Strahan said “the…

Delay clarified

MHMS Permanent Secretary explains medical supplies, drugs distribution delays in parliament THE National Government through the Ministry of Health and Medical Services (MHMS) has given reasons for the delay in distributing medical drugs to rural health centres and hospitals in the provinces. MHMS Minister, Culwick Togamana, outlined two of the main reasons in parliament yesterday…

PM ACKNOWLEDGES DCGA MPS

Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare acknowledged Members of Parliament (MPs) in the Democratic Coalition Government for Advancement (DCGA) for their political maturity and love for the country.  PM Sogavare highlighted this during the sine die motion he moved to allow MPs to speak on issues of their interest. The Prime Minister pointed out that the violence…