Wate express gratitude to SIPA employees 

SOLOMON Islands Ports Authority (SIPA) Deputy Chairman, Mr Michael Wate has expressed words of gratitude towards former and current employees of the SIPA for their contribution towards the organization.   SIPA Deputy Chairman Michael Wate has stated this during the 65th Anniversary ceremony on Friday 5th at the Unity Square, SIPA area.  “I would like to…

Former Malaita PS on secret meeting

A FORMER Malaita Provincial Secretary (PS) who attended a secret meeting organised by three Members of the Provincial Assembly (MPA) has come out and cleared the air regarding his presence at the meeting.  Harold Leka said he was invited to the meeting by the MPA for Ward 15 Edward Misite’e where he said he accepted…

Malaita plans to eliminate TIT from system

TRAINING of untrained teachers on Malaita will start in Auki later this month under a partnership program between the Ministry of Education and Human Resources Development (MEHRD) and the University of the South Pacific (USP), Honiara Campus. An agreement for the largely donor-funded program was signed in Honiara by MEHRD’s Permanent Secretary, Franco Rodie and…

One Link founder charged, remanded

 OWNER of the fast money making scheme One Link Pacifica, Charles Dora has been arrested, charged and remanded in the Honiara Magistrate’s Court on Thursday. Dora is facing two counts of operating unlicensed banking business under the Financial Institution Act. Police arrested Dora on 1 June this year at his residence in Russell Islands. He…

WAENA: IS THE PM TRYING TO CROSS THE LINE?

THE incoming legislation ‘Public Health Emergency Bill 2021’ has a serious issue with the separation of power which was stipulated under the Constitution. Former Governor General and Statesman, Sir Nathaniel Waena told the Bills and Legislation Committee (BLC) on Friday. Sir Nathaniel was called to appear before BLC as one of the important witnesses who…