WALE BLASTS GOV’T ON CLIMATE CHANGE

Climate change and sea level rise – this existential threat seems to only be given recognition in the government’s speeches in international fora. Leader of the Opposition and Member of Parliament for Aoke/Langalanga made this profound statement in his Special adjournment debate in the parliament on Wednesday. He told the Democratic Coalition Government for Advancement…

SELECTIVE JUSTICE?

The Olssons hits out again at Judiciary   AUSTRALIAN couple, Fred and Gloria Olsson have reacted angrily to a letter from the Deputy Registrar of the Court of Appeal, requesting a $50, 000 security-for-costs in their case to be heard by the Court of Appeal for the second time. “We can only but express our…

Response to fisheries article

TRANSPARENCY Solomon Islands (TSI) wishes to thank the Ministry of Fisheries and Marine Resources (MFMR) for finally came out public to shed some light on the number of complaints by citizens, who claimed were denied equal opportunity in the trading of bechedemer. However, TSI must say that the content of the article by MFMR will…

SI, China seal deal

SOLOMON Islands has struck a new deal on economic and technical cooperation with China. The deal was sealed during a signing ceremony on Wednesday in Honiara. A government issued statement said Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare signed the agreement on Economic and Technical Cooperation with the Chinese Ambassador Li Ming. PM Sogavare signed on behalf of…

PM pays tribute to St Joseph’s School for its role in educating Solomon Islanders

PRIME Minister Manasseh Sogavare has paid tribute to St Joseph’s Catholic National Secondary School as a learning institution that has played a pivotal role in educating Solomon Islanders. Speaking during the school’s 75th Anniversary celebrations today, the Prime Minister said as we reflect on the past, we note with great admiration the resilience, growth and…