What MPs get

DEAR EDITOR –The article about what the MPs get is interesting. However, it would appear she has missed one figure.  What is the total amount we pay out each year to 50 of them? It would appear the only people who have not left town are the unemployed youth [and the stray dogs], a lot…

Suidani: survivors need trauma counseling

Malaita Provincial Premier Daniel Suidani has call on the national government to send a trauma counseling team to survivors of the Taimareho sea tragedy. Speaking to Solomon Star Auki on Sunday, Premier Suidani who visited the survivors at Su’u national secondary school on Saturday last week said the survivors are in trauma and need counseling…

Financial Accountability, Responsibility and Transparency- Central Islands Province

Transparency Solomon Islands commends and congratulates the Central Islands Province for its 2018/19 Financial Statement clean audit report as reported in the Ministry of Provincial Government and Institutional Strengthening press release of 6th March 2020.  Congratulations and well-done Central Islands Province.  Having worked with you in your communities, with your administration in our face to…

PM MEETS WEST ARE’ARE MP AND RELATIVES OF VICTIMS

Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare has met with the MP for West Are’are constituency, Hon. John Maneniaru and relatives of victims to express his personal condolences to families and relatives of the 27 citizens who were washed overboard the MV Taimareho on Thursday 2nd April. The meeting was held after Parliament was adjourned following the debate…

Emergency powers: the ship tragedy

TRANSPARENCY Solomon Islands is greatly saddened by the tragedy of the 27 people that went overboard as they comply with the measures that were announced by the Executive Government, going home to their province to be safe from COVID 19.  Transparency Solomon Islands Board Members and staff are saddened at the fatal disasters of West…