Dog attacks child in Nukunao

AN 11-year-old boy in the Micronesian Nukunao community just outside of Gizo, the Western Provincial Capital was attacked by a dog whilst playing with his friends. Nukunao Community is situated in the new Titiana Village. This latest dog attack which occurred last Saturday further compounded existing grave concerns about public safety from stray dogs following…

Kraus lauded in farewell reception

THE management and staff of Solomon Airlines formally farewelled their Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Gus Kraus, who has successfully concluded his short-term contract last week. Kraus whose 12-month term came to an end on Friday 18 August had achieved a lot for the country’s national flag carrier during this contract period. The Airlines family got…

VERDICT HANDED:

Man who cut his biological dad to death with a bush knife gets life sentence, eligible for parole after serving a minimum of 20 years 23-year-old Linton Kule will now spend the rest of his life behind bars for cutting his own biological father to death two years ago with a bush knife. Kule received…

FLOATING HOSPITAL WELCOMED:

DPM Maelanga greets China’s Peace Ark, says it brings message of peace and hope ARK PEACE – the largest in China’s Navy Hospital Ship fleet – has begun conducting free medical clinics in communities in Honiara, following its arrival last Saturday. Deputy Prime Minister, Manasseh Maelanga, officially welcomed the visit at a ceremony at Berth…

SINU terminates remaining staff in scandal

THE Solomon Islands National University (SINU), Vice Chancellor, Professor Transform Aqorau, has announced the termination of the contracts of the final three staff members involved in the Wakaman Inc printing scandal. Professor Aqorau last Friday announced the termination of Estee Lonamei, Glen Hunt and Chanson Resture, who were the final three to be terminated for…