SINU saga VC playing with fire

SOLOMON Islands National University (SINU) Vice-Chancellor Ganesh Chand’s response through his media personal to counter claims of SINU Student Association issues is being labelled as ‘playing with the fire’. Reliable sources close to VC’s office said this press release would not have come directly from the Ganesh Chand VC himself, who is currently on holiday…

BRIBERY ATTEMPT?

THE Western provincial secretary has lashed out at the way a high court official showed up with hard cash in a bid to get approval for a business license to develop the controversial KHY Seafront in Gizo, Western Province. The incident took Jeffery Wickham by surprise when the deputy sheriff of the High Court Bobby…

Russell Islands welcome investment program

Russell Islanders have welcomed the Government’s investment program and are ready to engage in any development project by genuine investors and government or donor-supported projects. In a recent meeting with the Government Sub Committee on the Reinvestment and Redevelopment in Russell Islands, the Lavukal House of Chiefs representatives have expressed their excitement and readiness to…

One Link accuses HCC

One Link Management has accused certain officials from Honiara City Council (HCC) for deliberately refusing to provide a legitimate Business License to One Link Pacifica as required under s 3(2) of the Honiara City Council (Regulation of Business Licenses) ordinance 2011. One Link Management in a statement said it is fully aware of the provision…

LAD EYES TOP SPOT

OUR lone para taekwondo athlete Solomon Jagiri will be heading to Australia today to compete for a spot at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games. His coach, John Alick who will be accompanying Jagiri today confirmed this to Star Sports last night. “Jagiri will be attending the Oceania qualifiers for Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games set to…