Think safety first: Police

THE Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) appeals to members of the public throughout the country to   think safety first during the current bad weather.  The call is being made as the country continues to experience heavy rain and strong winds. Acting Commissioner of Police, Mostyn Mangau says, “Boats and vessel owners are urged to…

VIRUS TESTS NEGATIVE

No confirmed Coronavirus cases in Rennell: MHMS RESULTS of the four 4 suspected Coronavirus cases on board MV Expert berthing at Rennell, Renbell province has turned out negative. A statement from the Ministry of Health and Medical Services said the result was received late Thursday 06th Feb 2020 at 5:47pm by the Ministry of Health…

PM: need for improvement of economic well-being

The Democratic Coalition Government for Advancement (DCGA) recognizes the need for the improvement of economic well-being particularly targeting women, youth and the rural population. That’s according to the Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare, MP when he launched the “EziPei” eWallet service at the Heritage Park Hotel on Wednesday morning. This initiative will greatly improve and transform…

Evidence for DPP on missing RAV4 

POLICE are now compiling their investigations into the missing vehicle at the Kukum Traffic Centre  last December for the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) review. Acting Police Commissioner Mostyn Mangau said this was after the police’s Professional Standard and Investigation (PSII) interviewed the suspended police officer. “Our PSII actually interviewed the officer implicated in this…

$20m to fight virus

A BUDGETARY support of $20million has been set aside by the national government as part of its assistance towards preparatory plans to combat the deadly coronavirus in the country. Permanent Secretary Paulin Boseto McNeil revealed this during a media press conference in Honiara on Wednesday. She expressed the Ministry of Health and Medical Service’s (MHMS)…

NO CONFIRMED CASES

But investigations underway on suspected cases By IAN M.KAUKUI THE Ministry of Health and Medical Services says there are no confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Solomon Islands at the moment. Permanent Secretary Pauline McNeil confirmed this to local reporters during a press conference, Wednesday. But she said investigation is ongoing following the cluster of suspected…