‘FAKED’ VAX CARDS PROBED

INVESTIGATION is now underway to ascertain that a number of vaccination cards have been faked. Secretary to Prime Minister (SPM) Dr. Jimmie Rodgers revealed this on Sunday during the fortnightly talk-back show over the national broadcaster. He warned those responsible will be prosecuted if found. “It has come to our notice that there are vaccination…

Malaitans laud Auki Police for great job

THE Malaita public last Wednesday were full of praise for Auki based Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) for the professionalism in their duties shown during the event in Auki. Speaking to Solomon Star Auki yesterday, M4D President Knoxly Atu thanked police for their wisdom in handling the issue which resulted in no property damage…

ASILAUA SAYS SORRY

MALAITA’S Member of Provincial Assembly (MPA) for Ward 11, Elijah Asilaua has issued a verbal public apology to thousands of Malaitans in Auki this week, during a failed attempt to table a motion against Premier Daniel Suidani. This was after angry members of the public who walked up to the opposition camp at Hotel Malaita…

MARA back in full strength

The MARA government under the leadership of Premier Daniel Suidani is now back to full strength with the swearing-in of two new ministers, Thursday. The two new ministers joined the MARA camp on Tuesday this week and got their oath yesterday administered by a commission of oath and provincial clerk in the absence of the…

PROTESTERS ARMED

Police assessment indicates presence of arms in Auki AN on the ground assessment by police in Auki, Malaita Province indicated some of the protesters were armed, Police Commissioner Mostyn Mangau told a news conference in Honiara, Thursday. Commissioner Mangau also confirmed activities undertaken by the protestors, including the march and sit-in by women in-front of…

MARA REIGNS

Suidani remains in power as mover withdraws motion under pressure The Malaita Alliance for Rural Advancement (MARA) Government led by Premier Daniel Suidani has survived what was regarded as a second motion of no confidence against him after the mover of the motion MPA for Ward 11 Elijah Asilaua withdrew the motion under public pressure.…

SINU students respond to TSI, Liloqula

DISGRUNTLED students of the Solomon Islands National University (SINU) again came out fighting on a response to their call on Transparency Solomon Islands (TSI) and their Chief Executive Officer, Ruth Liloqula and their position on the controversial SINU Saga. The students told this paper yesterday that the response from TSI on the SINU Saga and…

Motion likely to be deferred

Despite the fact the Malaita Premier Daniel Suidani welcomes the second motion of no confidence against him Wednesday, the motion will most likely be deferred due to peoples power. The opposition group who claimed their intention to move the motion is in the best interest of the people were proven wrong when their arrival in…

CYBER CRIME LAW NEEDED

‘Gov’t urged to bring the cyber crime law’ SOLOMON Islands social media users, mainly on Facebook (FB) are calling on the government to seriously consider bring to parliament the Cyber bullying law for the sake of our young people and the country. The call came after a young man committed suicide in the Western Province…

Our new envoy to Fiji commissioned

Solomon Islands new High Commissioner to the Republic of Fiji, His Excellency Joseph Ma’ahanua was commissioned at the Government House by the Governor General, His Excellency, Sir David Vunagi on Thursday 21 October 2021. High Commissioner Joseph Maahanua was appointed by the Government as High Commissioner to the Republic of Fiji and Permanent Representative to…