Police hail Makira public

KIRAKIRA police have commended the public of Makira for good behavior during the Christmas and New Year festive season and the elections of the new provincial premier and Speaker. Provincial Police commander Richard Hane said the police greatly appreciated the respect and good behavior of the people during the entire festive season followed by elections…

Traumatic workshop ends

A LOCAL Non-Government Organisation that is still active in conducting traumatic counseling trainings throughout the country has ended another of its ongoing trainings. Solomon Islands Peace Traumatic Counseling Center (SIPTCC) has successfully completed a week-long traumatic counseling training over the weekend. SIPTCC director Ishmael Idu told the Solomon Star yesterday that the programme started Monday…

$3 million payment queried

Former Guadalcanal militants from the Weathercoast in South Guadalcanal are questioning the real intention of the government paying $3 million to ex-militants from Malaita. A spokesman, who wants his name withheld, told the Sunday Star that his group of ex-combatants also demand a similar payment to be made to them. He said whilst it is…

Leaders rebuke PM

What exactly have you done for this nation Mr Sogavare? PRIME Minister Manasseh Sogavare is yet to adequately address the concerns raised about his controversial $3 million payout to former MEF militants, according to three senior leaders who have warned such a move risks destabilizing the country. Former Prime Minister, Sir Allan Kemakeza, and the Chair…

They’re all alive

Missing five found floating outside Malou village ALL hopes have diminished; search operation eased but the find outside Malou village in South Malaita early Thursday morning ended speculations that the missing five could have already been dead. After spending six days at sea, all five were found alive by Malou villagers and were taken for treatment…