Boil water, residents advised

HONIARA residents accessing water from Solomon Water have been cautioned to boil water before using it. Solomon Water in a public announcement said, the current bad weather had their dirt infiltration at the water source, which causes turbidity. Because of water is unsafe for drinking. However, Solomon Water advises customers to boil all drinking waters.…

Former combatants want answers

FORMER Malaita combatants are giving Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare until December 5th to response to the unfulfilled promise he made to them during the National Healing and Apology Week in Honiara July this year. A spokesman for the former Malaita combatants Faiga Wasi told Solomon Star that during the National Healing and Apology Week Mr…

Councillor Malefo resigned

HONIARA City councillor forVuhokesa Ward Greg Malefo has tendered his resignation as chairman for Trade and Commerce within the Honiara City Council (HCC). Mr Malefo’s resignation was confirmed by Honiara City Lord Mayor Andrew Mua yesterday. Mr Mua told Solomon Star that he received Mr Malefo’s resignation letter Monday this week. He said Mr Malefo’s…

Munda airport next phase 2017

Work on the second phase of the Munda airport in Western province is expected to start early next year. Ministry of Communication and Aviation permanent secretary, Moses Virivolomo confirmed this when he appeared before the Public Accounts Committee (pac) in Parliament on Sunday. Virivolomo said the second phase is likely to start January or February…

NO LOYALTY IN PARTY SYSTEM

Democratic Alliance Party (DAP) Parliamentary Wing Leader Rick Hou says there is no loyalty to political parties. He made the statement in reference to the current political infighting when he delivered his speech during a fundraising event on Saturday night. “As you all see and note from the current political infighting this is yet a…

New Renbel boat commissioned

SHIPPING difficulties experienced by Rennell and Bellona Province people over the years may now be over. This followed the commissioning of their newly purchased ship at the Point Cruz wharf in Honiara on Sunday. The vessel, MV Avaikimaine, was bought from Japan using funds the province secured under the government’s National Transport and Infrastructure grant.…