Police warn social media users

THE Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) will not hesitate to arrest anyone who posts inflammatory comments about the current situation on social media. This was the statement of Commissioner of Police Mostyn Mangau today (5th December 2021) as he warned social media users to stop posting provoking statements that could instigate violence among people.…

Women appeal to MPs

A GROUP of concerned mothers in Solomon Islands are calling on our Members of Parliament to exercise selflessness and be servants to people of Solomon Islands who they serve. The group’s statement came in light of the motion of no confidence against Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare which is expected to table before the National Parliament…

Locals safe after Inglewood flood

LOCAL Solomon Islanders are reported to be safe after the Inglewood floods, in Queensland, Australia, Tuesday last week. It was a rising floodwater from the Macintyre River that forces a flood that has affected buildings, businesses, homes and streets. The flood happened due to heavy-rain-down-pour as farms near Inglewood were affected by the flood. It…

PM ‘must stop’ provoking Malaitans

A Man from Central Kwara’ae in Malaita has appealed to the Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare to stop using provoking and disrespectful words to refer to Malaita and its leaders. Jessy Pepate’e  of Maoro community stated this after listening to PM Sogavare’s hate speech towards Malaitans and its leaders recently. Mr. Pepate’e said using words like,…

Laulana CHS ends 2021 academic year

LAULANA Community High School (CHS) in Central Kwara’ae in Malaita Province has successfully ended its academic year, last Wednesday with a graduation ceremony. Reporting from Laulana CHS graduation ceremony, Mattyga Maneka said the event was a colourful one. The guest speaker at the event was the MPA for Ward 29 Felix Bosokuru. Mr. Maneka said…