Mangau: Missing Rav-4 case delayed 

POLICE have not yet forwarded reports of their investigation into the missing vehicle at Kukum Traffic Centre last December to the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP). Acting Police Commissioner Mostyn Mangau said police are still working on compiling the whole brief of the investigation. “At this point in time, it has not reached the DPP…

Land board goes hard on KHY tenants

WESTERN province Planning and Development Board has carried out an enforcement task to the business owners at the KHY Seafront to refrain from any activity on the area. This was according to a statement released from the Lands Planning Division in Gizo. The statement was to notify all the Business owners that applied to development…

AN IMAGE CAPTURED IS POWERFUL!

A Change Maker’s Story He’s an active citizen, who loves everything about creativity and of course the art of Photography, and he is 31 year old Neil Nuia. And Paoa FM’s Change Makers Program gets behind the scene and exposes the idealist with the big vision to form a community that uncovers a lot of…

Police sought infor on Lungga death

POLICE are continuing to call for the public’s assistance in their investigation on the death of a man whose body was found at the Lungga River Mouth, East of Honiara on February 4. Acting Police Commissioner Mostyn Mangau said he believes that there are people out there who still have information about this incident. “If…

Police praised for Kwaso raid 

COMMUNITY members of Burns Creek have praised the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) officers for conducting a Kwaso raid at the Kastom Garden area this week. A report reaching this paper said a Police operation yesterday was successful when they raided few stalls at the area suspected of selling the illegal alcohol. Speaking with…

MINISTER ACCUSED

Do not deceive the people, Wale tells Kuma THE Leader of Opposition has labeled the explanation given by Finance Minister Harry Kuma on his exploration of a USD100 Bn loan from Chinese interests as “an exercise in deception”. According to a recent explanation, Minister Kuma said that the proposal is still in the initial discussions…

Australia bushfire appeal gospel concert

The Seventh Day Adventist (SDA) Church in response to an appeal by the Solomon Island Government and Solomon Islands Christian Association (SICA) to assist Australia bush fire victims had been organizing a number of fundraising initiatives around Honiara this last week. To close the appeal period, a grand gospel concert will be staged at the…

Students rushed to Kilu’ufi hospital

THREE students from Auki Primary School (APS) were taken for medical checks at the Kilu’ufi hospital after suffering from food poisoning after eating food sold at the school this week. Information reaching Solomon Star Auki claimed that the students experienced headaches, red-eye, and itchy mouth after eating fish cakes sold by a particular food vendor at the…

Two ministers sworn in

TWO Government Ministers have been sworn in before the Governor-General Sir David Vunagi at the Government House, Thursday. Member of Parliament (MP) for Temotu Nende Commins Aston Mewa has been sworn in as the Minister for Education and Human Resources replacing the ousted Central Honiara MP Moffat Fugui. Mewa has been reshuffled from the Ministry…

Support for MARA, Suidani high

Malaita Alliance for Rural Advancement (MARA) government under the leadership of Primer Daniel Suidani is showing the way forward for the province and rest of Malaitans says Austin Ata. Speaking to Solomon Star Auki on Thursday Mr.Ata congratulate Premier Suidani, Provincial Secretary Fredrick Fa’abasua, and head of PARAU office Celsus Talifilu for uplifting Malaita Provincial Government…