RSIPF Executive to benefit from IT equipment for COVID-19 operation

Members of the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) Executive will benefit from eight laptops funded by the Australian Government through the Solomon Island Police Development Program (SIPDP) to assist in the COVID-19 operation. Commander of SIPDP Mark Ney handed over the laptops to the Commissioner of Police, Mostyn Mangau during a brief ceremony at the Rove Police…

NEW LANDS CHIEF

THE country now has a new Commissioner of Lands within the Ministry of Lands, Housing and Survey after more than two years. He is Alan McNeil who formally received his appointment contract effective 17th September 2020. He will look after the office for the next three years. Mr. McNeil originally from Scotland, United Kingdom (UK) …

FRONT-LINERS UNEASY

Still waiting for outstanding allowances By ANDREW FANASIA & MOFFAT MAMUNewsroom, Honiara Front-line officers claimed they are still waiting for their allowance since September and it’s becoming uneasy for them. In an exclusive interview with this paper via phone, a reliable source within the front-liners said they have put in a number of submissions on…

Journos on aerial surveillance trip

SEVEN members of the local media outlets in the country yesterday had the opportunity to experience aerial surveillance work conducted by Royal Australian Airforce (RAAF). Tuesday’s flight onboard one C-27J Spartan aircraft was part of the Forum Fisheries Agency (FFA) led regional surveillance operation Kurukuru that is currently undergoing two weeks operation out of Solomon…