Sikua: Evidence will be presented in court

The Parliamentary Leader of Independent Hon. Dr. Derek Sikua says he is ready to present evidence in court should the Prime Minister plans to pursue legal action against him. Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare last week urged Sikua to submit the evidences for police investigation; failure to do so will see the PM seeking legal action…

‘Prove me wrong’

Sir Kemakeza says the Anti Corruption Bill will never be passed Former Prime Minister (PM) Sir Allan Kemakeza says the Anti Corruption Bill will never be passed by Members of Parliament (MP), until this country elect the right people come next election to lead Solomon Islands. Sir Kemakeza expressed during a brief interview at his…

North road in good condition

THE traveling passengers using the longest road in Malaita, the North Road have so far happy with the condition of the road. The 112KM road that runs from Kwara’ae in Auki through West Kwara’ae, West Fataleka, To’obaita, and Lau Mbaelelea and ended up in Baegu Asifola is in good condition for the past three months.…

Group disallowed to hold meeting

PEOPLE of North Guadalcanal will not entertain any group to conduct meetings based on their own interest which may confuse people and ex-combatants. In a statement on Monday a leader of the ex-combatants in North Guadalcanal John Lee claimed there is a group going around trying to confuse and destabilize people to follow their set…

MAL unveils new facility for farmers

THE Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock (MAL) yesterday has officially opened its new small scale mechanization facility at the Taiwan Technical Mission (TTM) farm near King George, East Honiara. The opening of workshop facility is dubbed as historic under the project “Enhancing Productivity of Land and labour through Small Scale Mechanization for Subsistence Farmers in…

Sikua hits back at DPM

The Leader of the Independent Group in Parliament, Hon Dr. Derek Sikua has described comments made by Deputy Prime Minister (DPM) Manasseh Maelanga over the weekend as immature and narrow minded. In a statement last night in response to the front page article in the Solomon Star Newspaper No. 6334 on Saturday 16 July, 2016…

Church to be engaged in health promotion

MALAITA provincial health promotion department in Auki says it is looking to partner with churches to disseminate live saving health messages. The Malaita health promotion officer Selwyn Warito confirmed this to this paper yesterday. Mr. Warito said churches are one of the most attended places which always attracted huge numbers of people. Because of that…

Training to address low rate of immunization

A three days Strategic Health Communication workshop to address immunization in Malaita province was held in Auki last week. A statement from the Ministry of Health and Medical Service (MHMS)explained the training was organised to look at ways to address the low rate of immunization in parts of Malaita. The workshop was a follow on…