Border crossers quarantined 

AUTHORITIES in Gizo, Western Province have confirmed to have apprehended two border crossers who are now been placed in quarantine for 28 days. It’s being reported that six persons are still unaccounted for but it is believed that the number may be up to a total of eight persons evading border security after crossing the…

In Court with Assumpta

Avuavu murder trial ends Curfew trial continues today Teen jailed for causing harm Suspended sentence for kwaso brewer, seller Avuavu murder trial ends   THE PROSECUTION case in relation to the trial of the murder of a schoolgirl at Avuavu, South Guadalcanal in 2017 has ended at the High Court. The defence case will start…

LAORE SET TO ACT ON HCC

Consults Attorney General for advice and directive By IAN M.KAUKUI HOME Affairs minister Chris Laore on Wednesday met three Honiara City councillors as he moves to address reports of widespread corruption and conflict of interest within the council. Laore met deputy mayor Charles Aiwosuga, councillor Billy Abae, and councillor Reginald Ngati. “I’m glad we were…

Makira-Ulawa needs to be in the news

THIS is the popular view many leaders and educated citizens of Makira Ulawa Province hold. Provincial Premier Julian Maka’a says regular news from Makira Ulawa Province is good because people are informed about what goes on, be they in agriculture, fisheries, tourism, economics, political governance and leadership, health, and education and so on. Maka’a, a…

RSIPF & stakeholders launch community COVID -19 by-law

Officers of the Royal Solomon Island Police Force (RSIPF) at Tulagi in Central Province together with other stakeholders in that Province have launched the Belaga Community COVID-19 by-law on 30 May 2020.  Supervising Provincial Police Commander (PPC) Central Province Inspector Hugo Maelasi explains: “The Belaga by-law was launched after the community setup their COVID-19 committee…