Gov’t told to sack Faisi

MALAITA Provincial Premier Daniel Suidani has called on the DCGA government to sack the Director of Political Administration in the Caucus Office Samson Fasisi for a foul word believed to be directed at his administration. The call came after Faisi used Facebook to swear at those who cautioned the government to halt COVID-19 kits coming…

MP HITS OUT

Says Search & Rescue division is inefficient By ANDREW FANASIA   MEMBER of Parliament (PM) for West Are’Are John Maneniaru has hit out at the Search and Rescue Division and the government for their slow response to an urgent request for assistance. This was in relation to the tragic incident of the ill-fated voyage of…

Air Vanuatu’s jet takes refuge here

AIR Vanuatu’s jet aircraft Boeing 737-800 has landed at the Henderson International Airport on Sunday to seek shelter as the tropical Cyclone Harold hits parts of Vanuatu. Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Communication & Civil Aviation Moses Virovolomo confirmed to the paper it was just an emergency flight for safety purposes.   Virovolomo said the jet…

Call for inquiry

MEMBERS of the public are rallying support calling for a commission of inquiry (COI) to be established to find out why the ill-fated trip by MV Taimareho was allowed to set sail at the eve of a cyclone on Thursday evening. Many have expressed their desire for this inquiry on social media over the weekend.…

 Human cremation concern

Community members at Mount Austen in East Honiara are calling on the Honiara City Council (HCC) and health authorities to stop the human cremation which has been ocurring frequently. This was after two bodies were burnt in front of the Japanese War Memorial at Mount Austen on Saturday. The two bodies were of two Asians…