Case filed against Fiulaua

LCC yet to decide on executing investigation OUTGOING Member of Parliament for Central Kwara’ae Jackson Fiulaua is likely to face investigation by the Leadership Code Commission (LCC). A constituent who wanted his named withheld said he had already filed and furnished evidences of alleged misappropriation of constituency funds, to the LCC. The Solomon Star also…

Sasako: Campaigning cost excessive

VETERAN Journalist and intending candidate for East Kwaio, Alfred Sasako has called on the Solomon Islands Electoral Commission (SIEC) to try and set up out of the constituency voting booths in the national capital as a means of avoiding overspending the $50,000 mark by candidates. Mr Sasako expressed this view after Chief Electoral Officer, Polycarp…

Central province marks youth day

More than 500 young men and women representing 10 youth groups and associations within South –west Ngella ward of Central province recently gathered in Siarana community for three (3) days to mark international youth day celebration 2014. The celebration was officially opened by the Honorable Premier of Central Province, witnessed by representative from the Youth…

Big clean-up campaign marking environment day ended successfully in Gizo

A major clean-up effort marking the World Environment Day has ended successfully in Gizo on Wednesday. The celebration kicked off on Tuesdays with awareness program from various organisation and schools within Gizo town. It was organised by the Western provincial environmental department together with the Western provincial health authority. The program featured environment awareness, speech…

Visale calls for support

Visale Community High School in West Guadalcanal is appealing for supports from donors and government to complete some of its incomplete projects. Principal Sr Veronica Boki highlighted this during the end year graduation ceremony of the school on Wednesday. Ms Boki said the school has experienced ups and downs in its two years school development…

Former officers demand payment

FORMER and current police officers who served at the Solomon Islands and Papua New Guinea border during the Bougainville conflict have demanded the government to pay their allowances before the election. The pressure group went to the Prime Minister’s Office yesterday to demand answers from the Caretaker Prime Minister Gordon Darcy Lilo. The group urged…