Choiseul PPC commends voters

Choiseul Provincial Police Commander (PPC) Rolland Lapo has commended all the communities and voters in the province for their respect during last week’s election and counting. Speaking from Taro, the PPC said throughout last week, police have no records of any crime related activities which may have disrupted the election and counting process. He said…

Temotu assembly dissolves today

Temotu Provincial Assembly (TPA) will convene its last meeting to dissolve the house ahead of provincial elections. Temotu premier Brown Beu had expressed, top of the agenda is to pass the provincial supplementary budget. The Solomon Star had cited the Temotu supplementary budget 2014/2015 which is $1,020,000.00. The recurrent expenditure are office of the premier,…

Lobbying begins

THE usual political game of lobbying has begun with reports certain independent candidates have already started lobbying candidates to join their camp. The Solomon Star is aware of certain re-elected and newly elected independent candidates who have already been in touch with each other in a move to choose their candidate for the Prime Minister’s…

Where to from now?

AS it is, the second question has been answered. Fifty names and faces have been put to the 50 constituencies after tense campaigning and rivaling in the past few weeks. The first question was about who were to compete in the National General Election. The third and fourth questions are who will make up the…