Court sheriff denies bribery claim

DEPUTY Sheriff of the High Court Bobby Waleferatelia has denied bribery allegations leveled against him in Gizo, Western Province, last week. It was alleged that Waleferatelia had attempted to bribe Western Province officials when he was part of a team including a police officer, reps from the judgment creditor of the controversial KHY area in…

Inflation stable in December 2019

The country’s inflation better known as the change in the National Consumer Price Index (CPI) has risen +0.3 percent to 106.9 in November but remains stable at 106.9 in December 2019.  Solomon Islands National Statistics Office (SINSO) revealed in its latest statistical report released by the Government Statistician Douglas Kimi recently. “Through the year, compared…

PM opens ICTSU’s new office 

PRIME Minister Manasseh Sogavare on Monday opened the new office headquarters of the Government’s Information, Communication and Technology Support Unit (ICTSU) and its project initiatives achievements package. “We are witnessing the official launch of this magnificent office building, the Government Data Centre, ICT Technical Training and Learning labs and the ICT Five Year Strategic Plan,”…

Gov’t online gateway launched

A NEW and exciting Government online gateway (portal) went live on the internet on Monday 2nd March, making it much easier to find information about the Government and the services it provides with the click of a button. Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare, Finance Minister Harry Kuma, Public Service Minister Frederick Kologeto, Police Minister Anthony Veke…

Establishing SI-PNG business links 

Papua New Guinea (PNG) Prime Minister James Marape’s three-day state visit to the country has been described as a historical one. Apart from the entourage of high-level government officials, Ministers, and the media accompanying such state visit, there was also a delegation comprising of 42 business representatives from PNG, a statement from Solomon Islands Chamber…

Solar street lights for Luangiua 

WARD 31 in Luangiua of Malaita Outer Islands (MOI) had received its first project involving street -solar lighting system last week. The project was approved by the Ward Development Committee (WDC) following a need for the community to have an improved lighting system in the community. The street -solar light system project is the first…

PM says gov’t is committed to infrastructure developments

THE Democratic Coalition Government for Advancement (DCGA) is committed to the development of physical and economic infrastructures to facilitate long-term growth and prosperity. Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare highlighted this during his keynote address at the launch of the ICTSU’s new office headquarters and project initiatives achievements package, Monday. Over the last 12 months, the government…