Uni students urged to wear decent clothing

ONE of the topics discussed during the recent student forum organized by the University of the South Pacific (USP) Honiara Campus is on proper dressing code. Speaking at the forum Student Association President Robert Tahi said as an university institution students are expected to wear decent clothing whilst at the vicinity of the campuses. Mr…

Parties reconcile after fatal accident

Officers of the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) on Sunday witnessed a reconciliation ceremony between parties involved in a fatal accident in Honiara on over the weekend in Honiara. The accident resulted in the death of a 15-year-old girl who died after collision with a vehicle. The reconciliation was held at the Rove Police…

Models gear up for SFW 2018

Models taking part in the Solomon Fashion Week 2018 are gearing up for the show in November. Young models as young 6 have been practicing for the cat walk for the past two Sundays. Under the watchful eyes of the Founder of the Association of Solomon Islanders in Creative Fashion Justina Radclyffe, the models were…

JnS backs fashion show again

JnS Hair and Beauty Studio is once again stepping in to support Solomon Fashion week 2018 for the third time. Owner of JnS Hair and Beauty, Salome Kwaiga, speaking to the paper said she is very delighted to be the major sponsor of the event. “I saw a lot of young people taking part in…

First Post-Graduate certificate program at SINU

The country’s National University on Monday witnessed another milestone through the launching of its newly established Post-Graduate Certificate in Health Leadership and Management program. This will will be offered through the School of Nursing and Allied Health Sciences. The program was established as a result of a need by the Ministry of Health and Medical…

Undersea cable survey set

The first initial route survey for the proposed Coral Sea Cable System in the country will be conducted between 8th October to 4th December 2018. The survey will be carried out within the inshore waters of Honiara, Tulagi, Noro and Taro Township by a contractor, the Earth Sciences and Surveying, EGS, (Asia) Ltd. The primary…

In Court with Assumpta Buchanan

* Bound over sentence for trespassers* Fined for wounding incident* Man guilty of assault Bound over sentence for trespassers Two juveniles who trespassed into a private residence at Kombuvatu, East Honiara in May this year has been given a bound over sentence yesterday. The males aged 16 and 14 who cannot be named for legal…

MP on ‘Ordinary Resident’ term

A MEMBER of Parliament (MP) has blamed the Solomon Islands Electoral Commission (SIEC) for re-defining the term ‘Ordinary Resident’ in the new Electoral Act, which makes it too broad to enable cross-border registration. Speaking to the Solomon Star on condition of anonymity, the MP said Ordinary Resident (OR) was specifically defined on the context of…

CELL PHONE TAPPING

Police can listen to mobile conversation By AATAI JOHN LAUNGI POLICE can now track any mobile phone conversations to assist them in their investigation on any criminal case that is highly classified. This was revealed during the coroner hearing into the case of a dead couple that was found in their home at Mbuburu West…