Killer croc slain

A THREE-METRE crocodile was trapped and killed recently around the Kaza village area on Kolombangara Island, Western Province, on Thursday the 6th of June. Following the crocodile attack that resulted in the death of an adult male around 2am Monday the 3rd of June, a Police Response Team (PRT) was dispatched to the area. Two…

Malaitans told to abide by law

MALAITANS are urged to establish dialogue under the law when disputes arise within their communities. Supervising Provincial Police Commander (PPC), Malaita Province, Superintendent Solomon Sisimia made the appeal on Wednesday. “I want to make this call after my officers had to intervene and establish dialogue between the disputing parties in three separate incidents last week…

Peaceful election in Auki

WARD 1 in Aoke/Langalanga constituency has witnessed a peaceful polling day in Auki, Wednesday. According to observation, seven polling stations in ward 1 have experienced a trouble-free day where registered voters came out freely to cast their votes for their favourite candidates. A polling official despite the low turn up of voters compared to the…

Tagini’s free education policy

NEWLY elected Member of Parliament (MP) for Baegu/Asifola Makario Tagini says students attending all six schools in the constituency will soon have their school fees paid under a proposed free education scheme. Mr Tagini over the weekend met with some of the school principals and head teachers to discuss the possibility of implementing his free…

VOKIA BLAMES FOREIGNERS

They are stumbling blocks, claims MP By ANDREW FANASIA MEMBER of Parliament for North East Guadalcanal Jamie Vokia says foreign advisers working here are stumbling blocks to the nation’s development. He was speaking in parliament. Vokia claimed one of the main reasons for the country’s lack of economic development is the vast influence of foreign…