WALE CONGRATULATES PREMIER MESEPITU

Leader of Opposition Hon. Matthew Wale congratulates the newly elected Premier of Western Province, Hon. Christian Burly Mesepitu. The election of the new Premier of Western Province finally took place yesterday bringing to an end a political stand-off that rocked the Province over the past few weeks. In congratulating the new Premier, Mr. Wale says,…

I’M STILL THE PREMIER: GINA

I’m still the legitimate premier of Western Province. This was the statement of Honourable David Gina earlier today (2nd December 2021). Mr Gina said the 18 provincial members who went on to elect the new premier of Western Province Christian Mesepitu are defying a pending High Court case that was heard at 10.30am this morning.…

PM rubbishes rumours of COVID cases

PRIME Minister Hon. Manasseh Sogavare has dismissed rumors that Solomon Islands has picked up a number of new positive COVID 19 cases from members of the deployment currently assisting the country regain lawlessness in the capital city Honiara. Social media platform reported a number of positive cases of COVID-19 picked up from members of the…

Wale refutes PM’s protest, riot claims

LEADER of Opposition Matthew Wale has categorically refuted the PM’s claim that him and other opposition members were behind the recent protests and riots. According to the Opposition leader, these statements are not only false, but are aimed towards diverting the public’s attention from Sogavare’s own failures to properly deal with issues affecting this Nation.…

SHIFT THE CAPITAL

Chief suggests Honiara moved to another province THE Tandai House of Chiefs has suggested that national and provincial leaders should consider having a dialogue to move capital city Honiara out of Guadalcanal to another province. Secretary General (SG) of the Tandai House of Chiefs, Chief Daniel Danua made the suggestion because his people are sick…

DCGA denounce ‘evil plans’ by instigators

THE Democratic Coalition Government for Advancement (DCGA) has expressed sadness following the destruction to business houses in Honiara in recent days. A statement from DCGA early this week said the destruction of businesses are done by unlawful and heartless people with selfish agendas. The statement said the instigators of the recent looting and arson that…

GOVT SHAKY

As motion of no confidence looms THE numeral strength within the Democratic Coalition for Change Government (DCGA) is now in question ahead of Monday’s motion of no confidence against Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare. The motion is being filed by Opposition Leader Matthew Wale. Information reaching Solomon Star Auki claimed that there is a split amongst…