Japan assist Tumurora School

THE government of Japan has provided a funds worth of US$75,386 to Tumurora Primary School for construction of their classroom building through its Grant Assistance for Grassroots Human Security Projects (GGP). H.E. Mr. MIWA Yoshiaki, Ambassador of the Embassy of Japan, handed over a new classroom building to Mr BEN Tom, Chairman, Tumurora Primary School,…

NO VOTERS ID CARD

THERE will be no issuing of voter identification cards (ID) in the upcoming by-elections and the National General Election, it was revealed. Solomon Islands Electoral Office (SIEO) took the decision after realizing that elections can be held perfectly without the voters ID. Issuing of voter ID started back in 2014 and continued in the previous…

‘THINK SMART’

Cr Ngati: Govt must utilise technical advisors for 2023 events HONIARA City Councilor, Reginald Ngati has called on the government to use the technical knowledge of advisors within its line ministries and stakeholders to look at ways to administer the events for next year. This is regarding the National General Election and the Pacific Games…

OPMC urged not to accuse Wale

A HONIARA resident, Errol Maki has urged the Office of the Prime Minister and Cabinet (OPMC) to stop accusing the Opposition Leader for telling the truth to the nation in the media. This came following a statement issued by the OPMC, saying Matthew Wale needs self-reflection before speaking against the government on the proposed deferment…

In Court with Assumpta

Man who trespasses into PM’s residence to reappear in court THE man who allegedly trespassed into the Prime Minister’s residence at Lunnga, East of Honiara during last November’s unrest will appear in court today. That is for him to take his plea to the charge of criminal trespass. His matter was earlier listed on Monday…