Premier Maka’a faces motion

The Speaker of the Makira Ulawa Provincial Assembly, Peter Baewai says he has allowed a motion of no-confidence against the Provincial Premier Julian Maka’a, to be moved in the full assembly meeting in March. He said the Provincial Assembly Member for Ward 5 in Arosi 2 of West Makira, Jackson Sunaone will move the no-confidence…

BOY SURVIVES BURNING BOMB 

11yr old survives world war II 81mm mortar bomb AN eleven-year-old boy of Kiribati descent is lucky to be alive after suffering from severe burns to both hands when he was allegedly playing with a World War II 81mm mortar bomb, which had been exposed due to the bad weather. The incident happened at the…

SUFFERING IN SILENCE

NRH patients with diabetic condition ‘ignored’ by government Patients with diabetes and other lifestyle diseases say they are suffering in silence at the National Referral Hospital (NRH) because the government has turned its attention away to the COVID-19 pandemic. As a result, up to six people, including younger ones, die every day from lifestyle diseases,…

MBIKE SHOOTING CASE

YOU would be forgiven for accepting what the police said about the Mbike Shooting case in 2014. Five people were arrested in 2015 in connection with the shooting and arson attack a year early on the Sun Express boat – a fast boat that transported 17 newly-elected MPs to Mbike resort on Gela, Central Islands…