Mayor thankful for support

Mayor of Honiara City Eddie Siapu has thanked business houses, NGOs, community and youth groups for responding to the call for major voluntary clean in the city. In a statement issued by HCC Media Unit he said, as the Head of Honiara City Council Governance, he is profoundly grateful for the overwhelming turn out. “I…

Airlines resumes domestic services

SOLOMON Airlines has confirmed the national carrier’s domestic flight schedule has recommenced regular domestic operations as of yesterday. Solomon Airlines CEO Brett Gebers has confirmed this in a statement on Monday. “We have carefully evaluated the situation and the current environment and now that it is safe to operate, we can confirm we are back…

SI Chinese Association says thank you

THE Solomon Islands Chinese Association (SICA) thank all those who help in the clean-up following the aftermath of the recent unrest. In a statement today (1st December 2021) SICA said the association and the Chinese community acknowledge all the good people and residents of this country who had come out in numbers to help with…

Early closure for city schools

ALL Honiara-based schools are now on an early vacation. This came after a survey was conducted over the past days which warrants the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Education Human Resource and Development (MEHD) Dr. Franco Rodie using his powers to called off the 2021 academic for all educational institutions in Honiara. The early…

Tauohu’s sentence, Dec 8 

SENTENCE for One Link Pacifica’s manual stream manager Gerrad Tauohu accused of stealing almost $400,000 of the scheme’s customer has been adjourned to Wednesday next week. This is one of the many criminal cases yesterday that was administratively adjourned to next week. Tauohu was convicted in November after a trial of five count of simple…

Haura joins clean up

AS volunteers flooded in to do clean up at Chinatown, Kukum area and Ranadi the Haura Womens Football Club FC also participated in the clean up exercise. Haura FC team join group of volunteers at China to do general cleaning up on Sunday. About five team members volunteered their time to clean up the mess…

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Constituents want Auga out

In the light of what transpired in Honiara last week, the people of West Mbaelelea in Malaita Province have called on their Member of Parliament (MP) Augustine Auga to resign from the DCGA government. The call came after chiefs, church leaders, community leaders, women leaders, and youth leaders held a meeting at the Arao Centre…