Our waters rich with tuna

SOLOMON Islands is still in the lead, topping the tuna population in the pacific region and most probably the world. This was made known to local media by the Permanent Secretary (PS) of the Ministry of Fisheries and Marine Resources (MFMR), in his presentation during the Tunanomics workshop held at the Forum Fisheries Agency (FFA)…

SINU 5 yrs plan unveiled

THE Solomon Islands National University (SINU) has launched its five years strategic plan (2016-2020) to try and achieve quality and excellence education. Minister of Education and Human Resources, Moffat Fugui, who launched the plan, said university education and learning do product changes. Fugui said these changes include the Solomon Islanders can contribute positively to the…

Tough Stand

PM will not tolerate sexual harassment PRIME Minister Manasseh Sogavare says he is taking a tough stand against any forms of sexual harassment occurring within any top government office including his. Mr Sogavare made the strong warning yesterday following an article in the Sunday Star alleging his office is being rocked by sexual harassment claims…

PMO rocked by sex claim

The Office of the Prime Minister has been rocked by internal sexual harassment claims. A prominent female political appointee claimed she has been sexually harassed time and again by the recently appointed Special Secretary to the Prime Minister (SSPM), Andrew Muaki. The female, who is married, made the allegation in a letter she wrote to…

Ngava hails ITA owner

The ITA Hardware in Honiara has been commended for taking the initiate to facelift front of its main shop in Honiara. Honiara City Town and Country Planning Board chairman, Eddie Ngava told the Sunday Star the council is happy to see ITA Hardware stepping in with its own plans. “The board is grateful for the…