HOU CONFIDENT TO WIN

Caretaker government candidate optimistic about winning PM’s election By DELI OSO THE caretaker government candidate for the post of Prime Minister has expressed confidence about winning the election for the country’s top political post today. The Member of Parliament for Small Malaita Rick Hou who once served in New York, United States of America, as…

GREAT ACHIEVEMENT

MARIST FC interim head coach Jerry Allan says to have nine players in the national team that will represent the country in the Vanuatu Mini Games next month is a great achievement for his players and the club. The interim head coach made the sentiment to Star Sports after the national coach Felipe Vega-Arango named…

HOU’S CANDIDACY SUPPORT SHAKY

ABSOLUTE support for the candidacy of the Member of Parliament (MP) for Small Malaita Rick Hou for the post of Prime Minister by Members of Parliament in the caretaker government coalition camp is now in doubt. Political insiders said the Sunday night reconciliation between former Democratic Coalition for Change Government (DCCG) MPs and the caretaker…

TWO FOR PM POST

Gov’t House confirms Hou, Fugui as candidates for the prime minister’s election next week By AATAI JOHN MEMBER of Parliament for Central Honiara John Moffat Fugui will contest against the MP for Small Malaita Rick Hou for the Prime Ministership on Wednesday next week. The Governor General’s Deputy Secretary Rawcliff Ziza confirmed this to the…

HOU UNVEILS TOP PRIORITIES

Gov’t candidate for PM speaks of political and fiscal stabilities as top priorities By DELI OSO THE care-taker government’s candidate for Prime Minister has underscored political and fiscal stability as the leading priorities of his group should it form the new government next week. The Member of Parliament for Small Malaita Rick Hou told the…

DPP to review Sae’s verdict

Director of Public Prosecutions Ronald Bei Talasasa will be reviewing the verdict of former fugitive Edmond Sae who has been acquitted of the murder of former police commissioner Sir Frederick Soaki. Mr Talasasa said he will review the judgment and determine in the next two weeks whether or not, to appeal the verdict. “I will…