New MPA executive praised

ONE of the re-elected Malaita provincial members for ward 3 in Malaita province Martine Fini has praised the new executive this term. The two time MPA member Mr Fini expressed this last week after witnessing the seriousness of the new executive towards debating and discussing issues affecting Malaita province. Mr Fini said, based on experienced…

Chief lauds DCCG policy framework

PRINCIPAL Chief Harry Haihanasi Arufaegwao and landowner of Bina Talifu land Bina Harbour Malaita Province has applauded the Democratic Coalition for Change (DCC) government for launching its policy framework, last week. Arufaegwao said, that while DCCG has fulfilled its promise by launching its framework policy within the 50 days change in office, he decided to…

Passengers told to honour laws

A FORMER Solomon Airlines officer manning the Lata office in Temotu John Menapi has appealed to passengers regularly traveling by plane to follow airline laws during boarding time. Menapi told the Solomon Star in an Interview from Lata that passengers need to carry with them required weight of their luggage. Mr Menapi vacated the office…

Let us turn to God

Solomon Islands need to return to God and it must begin with the leaders, Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare says. He was speaking during a thanksgiving service at Wesley United church to acknowledge the great of God and his wonderful works in our lives. Prime Minister recalled that on the day of his election on December…

Su’u in worst of its state

PARENTS and guardians of students attending Su’u National Secondary School in Malaita are demanding its immediate closure, calling on the SSEC (South Seas Evangelical Church) Education Authority to first renovate the ailing facilities. Frustrated parents told the Sunday Star the current state of some of the school facilities are not conducive for living and learning.…

Parents urged to pay up

Faumamanu Community High School in east Kwara’ae, Malaita, will open its doors for student enrollment this month, That’s according to the deputy principal primary Matthew Raimae Gereniu. Raimae urged parents and students to turn on registration day, February 8. He called on parents to pay up their children’s fees on registration day. “Last year the…