Beware of cab drivers

Parents, students told to be mindful of cabs they follow POLICE have raised concern over the increasing reports of students being harassed and molested by cab (taxi drivers) the past couple of weeks. Police Commissioner, Frank Prendergas revealed that the continuous disturbing reports of such has sparked great concern to the RSIPF’s Sexual Assault Division…

Province acknowledges donations

MALAITA provincial government has thanked the Australian High Commission office in collaboration with Rotary club in Honiara for the timely donations received in Auki, Malaita on Wednesday. The donations will assist in the area of education, health and humanitarians. Speaking during the handing over at Auki wharf, Hon. Martin Fini in the absence of premier…

PAP worried over plans to dismantle GCU

THE People’s Alliance Party is worried about government plans to dismantle the Government Communications Unit (GCU) in the Prime Minister’s Office. The party’s president, former Governor General Sir Nathaniel Waena, described as wrong the government’s plans to dismantle the unit, which is the government’s mouthpiece. He said it is through the Government Communications Unit that…

Police conducts cyber protection awareness

THE RSIPF (Royal Solomon Islands Police Force) have begun its exercise of providing cyber protection awareness programs in schools and communities around the country. A total of 15 RSIPF Cyber Protection trainers have already been deployed to schools and communities throughout the country. Police Commissioner, Frank Prendergast revealed that this was part of the Cyber…

Unhygienic practices, a concern

CONCERNS have been raised by the public over the many unhygienic practices by some inconsiderate citizens in public places within Honiara. One of the main concerns was littering and also disposal of human faeces in public areas and facilities throughout Honiara. A latest example of this occurred yesterday in front of the Magistrates court when…