17 buses face court today

A TOTAL of 17 buses being seized early this year by the Honiara City Council (HCC) Law Enforcement Officers for breaching the newly implemented long bus route will face court on Thursday. The buses were impounded for disobeying and operating short bus route instead of the designated long route. HCC’s Head of Law Enforcement Division,…

$3.7M outstanding fees paid

GOV’T SETTLES SINU DUES By CHARLES KADAMANA THE Government on Tuesday settled $3.7 million in outstanding tuition fees with Solomon Islands National University (SINU). Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Education and Human Resources Dr Franco Rodie confirmed this on Wednesday ahead of a meeting SINU Students Association is organising today at Kukum campus. Dr…

SEASONAL WORKERS IMPRESS NZ FARMER

GCU: Solomon Islands Seasonal Workers in New Zealand have impressed their employer for displaying hard work and commitment during their stay in New Zealand. Owner of JR Orchards, Mr. JR Van Vliet expressed his appreciation when Solomon Islands High Commissioner, H.E. Joy Kere visited his farm on Friday 2nd February. High Commissioner Kere was accompanied…

Police News

* Appeal for assistance in search for missing persons* Police investigate sudden death in Western Province* Respect Honiara Central Market -PPC Honiara City Appeal for assistance in search for missing persons Police at Kirakira in the Makira-Ulawa Province have been approached to assist in the search for two male persons, in their 20s, missing at…