Manelusi calls for information

Assistance commissioner for Honiara capital Gabriel Manelusi has issued strong appeal to the public to assist the police investigation team on the hit and run incident over the weekend. The incident occurred opposite the OBBA shop at Ranadi late on Saturday evening. Mr Manelusi told the paper that members of the public who witnessed the…

Police responds to more calls

The Honiara city police have responded to 62 reports and arrested 35 suspects around Honiara areas over the weekend. Police made the arrests in relation to offences of, drunk and disorderly, consuming liquor in public places, threatening violence, domestic violence, theft, house break-in and traffic accident.  Police recovered stolen properties Police at Guadalcanal have recovered…

MRD PS faces charge

The Permanent Secretary (PS) of the Ministry of Rural Development (MRD) is facing court for allegedly failing to produce documents to the Ombudsman Office.  Selina Boso is facing one count of failure to furnish information or produce document as requested by the Ombudsman Office or any member ofstaff acting on behalf of his (Ombudsman) duties. She…

GP leader on Wale issue

A Guadalcanal leader demands that any future company operating the Gold Ridge mine must not serve the interest of any ‘foreign’ national leader. Provincial member for Vulolo ward and minister for Provincial Affairs , Patrick Kennedy, said the recent revelation that former deputy opposition leader, Matthew Wale, has been benefiting from a tailored scholarship for…

HCC: All businesses must have license

ALL existing and newly erected businesses operating within the boundaries of Honiara City must have business license to operate. Speaking to the Solomon Star, Samson Aengari of the Honiara City Council’s (HCC) Planning Division said that HCC have already began an exercise which involved checking vehicles, shops, canteens for their HCC business license. “We have…

DSE conducts training for partners

A training to effectively manage projects and help communities engage in positive developments ended yesterday in Honiara. It was a three weeks training organised by Development Services Exchange (DSE) for its partners. The training focused on participatory leadership, project management, monitoring & evaluation management and financial management. The training was supported and funded by European…