ACoM to elect new Archbishop soon

THE Anglican Church Of Melanesia’s (ACoM) Provincial Electoral Board members will elect a new Archbishop on 25th June this year. The election will take place at the Melanesian Brotherhood Headquarters at Tabalia, a several miles West of Honiara. Dr. Abraham Hauriasi, ACOM General Secretary In his letter dated 15th April 2019 to the Provincial Electoral…

One more to Canada

CITREC Canada Corpis continuing to empower the women of Guadalcanal. Its latest addition to the Canadian workforce is May Resture, who arrived in Canada yesterday and was issued with a two-year work permit to be employed in Canada’s agriculture sector. May was received by her Canadian employer who was waiting for her arrival at Vancouver…

Clamp down on foreigners

THE new Minister for Commerce and Labour will pin down the influx of foreigners coming in the country and continue to engage in business activities reserved for the indigenous Solomon Islanders. Clezy Rore told the parliament in his debate when contributing to the Sine Die motion that was moved by the Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare…

First for the nation

ISABEL LANDS ‘CLEAN AUDIT’ By BRYAN LUVENA  ISABEL has been the star province when it comes to the implementation of the Provincial Governance Strengthening Programme (PGSP). Under the leadership of Premier James Habu, Isabel landed a “clean audit” report for the 2017/2018 financial year, the first for any province. “This is an achievement of monumental…

ACT NOW!

Chief Justice urges gov’t to review salaries, entitlements By ASSUMPTA BUCHANAN CHIEF Justice Sir Albert Palmer is again urging the Government to urgently set up an independent Tribunal to determine salaries and entitlements of public servants. He was speaking at an event held Tuesday to farewell the outgoing Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Ronald Bei…