Suicide case probed

ROYAL Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) in Malaita Province are investigating an alleged suicide incident involving a 12-year-old girl who lost her life over the weekend at Gwounaoa area in Malaita. Acting Provincial Police Commander (PPC) for Malaita Provincial Inspector Michial Ramosaea confirmed this to Solomon Star Auki, Monday. He said police are investigating the…

KGVI quarantine station closed

KING George Sixth School as of this week will no longer be used as quarantine centres as it prepares for its academic year. For the past weeks, the school has been occupied by those who came in from the low-risk countries like Fiji and Vanuatu to be quarantined there.  Deputy Secretary at the Ministry of…

JANUS will bounce back 

‘But critics need to believe it’   WHILE the public continues to criticise the Joint Taskforce- JANUS, the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) reassures the critics that JANUS will make a comeback to deal with the long-overdue issues related to corruption. Police Chief Mostyn Mangau told the media last week that Janus is still…

Legal year opening today

THE 2021 Legal Year will be officially launched at the High Court this morning. This followed the end of the courts’ vacation. The High Court had gone on a vacation during the festive season last month and is now ready to resume its normal business hours and services. During the vacation, the high court’s registry…

Her Majesty recognises Miss Solomons

Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, as Head of the Commonwealth, has recognised current Miss Solomon Islands, Ms. Gladys Habu, as the 168th recipient of the Commonwealth Points of Light award in honour of her exceptional voluntary service raising awareness of climate change. Gladys is an environmental activist who has campaigned for many years on a…

GIFT-GIVING CLARIFIED

The Ministry of Police National Security and Correctional Services (MPNSCS) has responded to an article by Transparency Solomon Islands (TSI) which was published on Solomon Star issued No. 7724, dated 13 January 2021 regarding donation by the Peoples Republic of China (PRC) Embassy to RSIPF. In a statement MPNSCS said, it is usual occurrences for…

PPC: why suicide case is suspicious

The Acting Provincial Police Commander (PPC) Malaita says that the suicide case involving the 12-year-old girl at Gwounaoa in West Kwara’ae, Malaita Province is suspicious and worthy of a police investigation. Information surfaced claimed that the deceased was not with her biological parents when the incident occurred. In fact, she was living with relatives while…