Group demands 2 top shots out

SIPA FURORE By BRYAN LUVENA   Former employees and some current employees of the Solomon Islands Ports Authority (SIPA) have submitted a forty (40) point complaint to the Office of the prime minister against the current SIPA CEO Mr. Eranda Kotelawala and Board chairman Johnny Sy.   A letter cited by this paper to the Office…

Council stands by decision

CITY Mayor Wilson Mamae and City Clerk Rence Sore have maintained the council’s stand on One Link Pacifica’s License issue and legality through its Business License Ordinance. Following Henry Star Dorah’s article in the papers, they have reiterated that HCC cannot issue OLP a business license unless OLP obtain a Banking License from CBSI as…

In Court with Assumpta

Man jailed for swearing at his father Officer to go on trial in June Man jailed for swearing at his father   THE actions of an accused who damaged part of their house and swore at his father last year in Honiara are shameful and must be condemned, says Principal Magistrate Felix Hollison. He made…

Another logger to leave Malaita

THE continued pressure from the Malaita Provincial Government on logging companies to pay up their dues has sent a second logging company packing to leave the province. According to reports, logging operation in Malaita Province still owes Malaita province $1.5m in revenue. Therefore, the province is pushing hard for the companies that are still to pay up…

Satu supports loan deal

OUTSPOKEN chief and Director of the Solomon Islands Marine Mammal Education Centre (SIMMEC) in Gavutu Islands in Central Province Robert Satu says he supports the government in its move in the proposed USD$100 Billion loan deal. Chief Satu said the reason why he is supporting the move is that he believes that, that is the only…