FOOD SHORTAGE HITS BORDER

COMMUNITIES in the far Western border of Shortland Islands are currently experiencing food shortage due to the closure of the Western border caused by COVID-19. This was discovered by a team from the Western Provincial Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock during their visit last week to the Shortland Islands. Speaking to the paper an interview…

No politics in T27 tragedy

THE Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare says the government is not in any way politicising the Taimareho sea (T27) tragedy as reported in the media, Thursday. He made this statement when he moved the motion of special adjournment in parliament yesterday. It was reported that the Member of Parliament (MP) for West Are’Are Constituency has recently…

All arrivals from China last night cleared to quarantine stations

Following thorough health screening of all arrivals from the China-Honiara flight on September 02, the Ministry of Health and Medical Services (MHMS), National Health Emergency Operations staff on sight have cleared all 104 passengers to their designated quarantine stations. All the incoming travelers were assessed for the symptoms of COVID-19, temperature check upon arrival and…

Leave politics aside

‘MP urges PM to address Taimareho 27 tragedy’ By ANDREW FANASIAHoniara Newsroom   MEMBER of Parliament (MP) for West Are’are Constituency has recently called on the Office of the Prime Minister to leave politics aside and help address the Taimareho sea tragedy. On 2nd April of this year, the MV Taimareho left Honiara for West…