GO HOME, TILL THE LAND

MINISTER of Finance and Treasury Harry Kuma is urging youths and people who aimlessly roam the streets of Honiara to go home and till their land. He made this comment during his contribution to the sine-die motion in parliament last week. “We should learn from the success stories of rural kava farmers continuously told through…

‘Corruption, opposite of development’

‘Corruption undermines development, inhibits economic growth, hinders the delivery of services and undermines good governance and the rule of law’ was the conclusion of the participants at the outreach event in Gizo, Solomon Islands, marking the  December 9th, the International Anti-Corruption Day (IACD).  International Anti-Corruption Day (IACD) is observed all over the world every year…

Laore’s slow response queried

A CONCERNED Honiara citizen has questioned why it has taken the Minister of Home Affairs, Hon. Christopher Laore so long to respond to the final auditor’s report regarding the Honiara City Council’s (HCC) financial status. Kennedy Evans who resides at Lengakiki, East Honiara said that as someone who follows the issue closely, he knows the…