Suidani, Seleso sort out  differences

PROVINCIAL Government and Institutional Strengthening (MPGIS) minister Rollen Seleso says he has resolved his differences with Malaita Premier Daniel Suidani during a meeting in Honiara, Tuesday. Seleso earlier warned Suidani he will suspend the Malaita Provincial Government if the premier refuses to cooperate with the Government on COVID-19 efforts. Suidani fired back in his letter…

Kenilorea tenders resignation

Peter Kenilorea Junior has tendered his resignation as the Deputy Opposition leader, on Monday the 11th of May, 2020. In an official post on his Facebook page, Mr. Kenilorea thanked the Opposition group for their support during his tenure as the Deputy Leader. “I remain a loyal opposition member, focusing on my role as Chair of…

In court with Assumpta

Nauru teens charged for local’s death Aulanga: Burglars will not go undetected Man jailed for break-in, stoning police ‘Police must be accorded respect’ Nauru teens charged for local’s death THE two teenagers accused of the death of a Solomon Islander in the Republic of Nauru in February are now facing murder charges. This was after…

New COVID-19 regulation effected

THE COVID-19 Oversight Committee has finalized a new 2020 COVID-19 Regulation 2 to replace the existing one. Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare said that the new regulation was developed following a review on the implementation of the old regulation which was gazette by the Governor-General Sir David Vunagi over the last few months. Sogavare said upon…

CAUGHT IN THE ACT

Chinese shops caught in illegal beche-de-mer trade By WILSON SAENI In Auki   FIVE Chinese shops in Auki were now forced to close down after being caught engaging in illegal beche-de-mer trades in Malaita.  The seizer was made as a result of a collaborative effort from the Malaita Provincial Fishery Office and Auki Police found those…