SI should apologize to Fiji –Tozaka

Former High Commissioner to Australia, Milner Tozaka is calling on the Caretaker Government to apologize to Fiji as a way forward towards mending strained relations between the airlines of Solomon Islands and Fiji. The strained relations between the aviation authorities of the two Melanesian neighbors started in July causing difficulties to travelers between their countries…

Unhygienic food outlets worrying

THE poor and unhygienic condition of food outlets in the city continue to pose health risks to customers and raises serious concerns for urgent intervention. Honiara city council (HCC) when asked about the poor and unhygienic issues of most food providers said the environmental health division within council has been undergoing health inspections on these…

Food outlets warned

FOOD outlets in Honiara have been warned to provide safe, healthy and hygienic services to the general public. Chief environmental health inspector of Honiara city council (HCC) has called on food outlets in town to put public health and safety paramount in their daily service deliveries. George Titiulu said kai-bars, cafe, restaurants and any food…

Govt to inform Renbel people about suspension

Ministry of Provincial Government and Institutional Strengthening will this week travel to Rennell and Bellona Islands to officially inform the people about the suspension of the Renbel Provincial Government. The Renbel government was suspended recently over non-resolved political impasse. Under Secretary of Ministry of Provincial Government and Institutional Strengthening (MPGS) and Provincial Secretary (PS) for…

Youths told to engage in program

YOUTHS of Veravaolu in Northwest Guadalcanal are being told to work in collaboration with Save the Children for the implementation of the youth program. Morris Taovia community leader of Leosa village highlighted this during the signing of memorandum of understanding with Save the Children last Thursday. Mr Taovia said it is important for young people…