Bred Bank slowly progressing

Bred Bank will slowly expand its services throughout the country as things continue to progress, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Owen Thomson assured. Speaking to the Solomon Star in an exclusive interview, CEO said they will see how things progress as they have just open up their banking business last Friday. He says that option to…

Dala North launched community bylaw

Chiefs of Dala North community have achieved a milestone after the community successfully launched its community bylaw over the weekend. The chiefs have achieved a milestone in their effort to maintain law and order in their community after the community successfully launched it community by laws over the weekend. Chief Mathias Basase of Dala community…

Students’ unruly behaviour probed

THE Solomon Islands Students Association (SISA) is now investigating the shocking reports of drunken disturbances by some Solomon Islanders studying in Suva, Fiji. SISA president Elijah Raomae told the Solomon Star that investigations into the case started as of Monday. “I want to inform you that we are investigating the allegations of drunken disturbance leveled…

Govt under siege

Dear Editor – Mr. William Gua’s revelation in your paper that unnamed foreign businessmen had proped up GCC with a payment of $1.8 million seems to explain government somewhat irrational decisions especially in regards to natural resources. The case of bauxite mining and logging on Rennel Island immediately comes to mind but also logging and…