Don’t ignore weather warning

THE country is currently in a wet session. As a result we have been experiencing bad weather over the past weeks. The weather office has continued to issue weather advice and warning about the current bad weather in the country over the past weeks. At the moment there is a low trough near the Renbel…

Flight updates 

The government through the Oversight Committee has organized a flight this week that will bring in engineers and workers to build the University of the South Pacific (USP) fourth campus in Honiara. Speaking during the radio talk-back show yesterday, Secretary to the Prime Minister (SPM) Dr. Jimmy Rodgers said, the flight will bring in workers…

PM PAYS TRIBUTE

PM Sogavare pays tribute to late Grand Chief Sir Michael Somare Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare has expressed his message of condolence following the passing of Papua New Guinea’s first and four times Prime Minister, late Grand Chief Sir. Michael Somare. Speaking from his home shortly after his arrival from his tour to his home province…

Call on media to verify info

LOCAL media outlets in the country have been reminded to verify any information before releasing them to the public. Attorney General (AG) John Muria Jnr issued the call yesterday during the talk-back-show over the national broadcaster. He was speaking in light of the vaccines that will be imported into the country sooner. “Local media outlets…

Illegal work affects supply

Solomon Water over the past few weeks has been forced to shut down the water supply to customers in Honiara due to the high turbidity (dirt and silt) experienced during heavy rain.  With no Water Treatment Plant in place, every time there is prolonged heavy rain, Solomon Water will be forced to shut down production…