Clinic faces closure

ONE of the health centres in East Malaita might close its doors for services if the current fine weather condition continues which affected their water source. Nafinua clinic has been faced with water shortage for several months forcing health workers to provide services with ever water resources they have accessed to. Reports reaching this paper…

Appeal for missing flags

MALAITA Provincial Government is appealing to the public of Malaita especially at the provincial capital Auki to provide them with information which could help them recover two missing flags removed from the flag poles outside its headquarters office in Auki. The provincial office said the flags, one in sigma of Malaita province and the other…

Teachers learn leadership skills

LEADERS of Schools in Honiara currently participating in the Solomon Islands School Leadership Program have acquired new knowledge about the importance of Visionary Leadership. The workshop opened in Honiara, Wdnesday. Institute of Education Facilitator Jean Tafoa, said Visionary Leadership is significant to school leaders in a sense that it helps them look further into the…

Public urged to back Vura school bazaar

VURA Community High School in Honiara will be hosting its school bazaar on Friday 2nd October 2015 to raise funds meet the cost of building a new two story classroom. School principal, Allen Ketai said preparation for the school bazaar is well underway and the school is ready to host the important event this Friday…

Isabel leaders envy development

LEADERS from Isabel province are determined to work together to develop their province. A cross section of leaders which included Parliamentary and Provincial representatives, chiefs, church and other community leaders made the undertaking during their recent meeting held at the provincial capital Buala. Speaking to the Solomon Star, Provincial Premier, James Habu said the meeting…

Bintan holds legal license APID did no wrong

BINTAN Mining Solomon Islands Limited (BMSI) is the provincial business license holder to do mining operations in West Rennell, and not Asia Pacific Investment Development (APID), a private Barrister and Solicitor explained in his letter to the Provincial Police Commander, Renbel Province. The private lawyer from Whitlam Private Law Firm who wants to remain anonymous…

Premier claims ploy to oust him

RENBEL premier Colin Singamoana has accused Asia Pacific Investment Development Limited (APID) of colluding with the province’s non-executive group to oust him. He claimed this was confirmed recently with non-executive members coming out with wild allegations accusing him and his executive. “The group, led by the former Renbel premier Lence Tango, is attempting to topple…

Congregation urged to help the poor

CHURCH members of St Vincent De Paul Catholic Church in Central Guadalcanal are being urged to practice the characters of St Vincent in their daily living. The characters of St Vincent are to help the poor. According to Northwest Guadalcanal Solomon Star stringer John Toki, the program was attended by 500 people from churches around…

PCC holds training for MPs

More than ten Members of Parliament (MP) despite their very busy schedules have attended a three day training workshop program organised by the Pacific Conference of Churches (PCC). The workshop which commenced on Monday was held half a day over three days and was facilitated by Rev. Francois Pihaatae and Dr. Julia Edwards of the…

Police pay tribute to fallen PNG colleagues

ROYAL Solomon Islands Police force shear moment of remembrance to five Royal Papua New Guinea Constable who lost their live over the past twelve months in their lines of duty. They are late Senior Constable Salathiel Steve Lasingan, Constable Clifford Yembiningi, Senior constable Alan Anai,Chief Sergeant Camilus Salingwi and Senior constable Dunstan Baure. Solomon Islands…