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…

SINU, MCT sign deal

The Solomon Islands National University and the Ministry of Culture and Tourism (MCT) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding on 12 November 2021 that will see the SINU School of Tourism and Hospitality as the major beneficiary. A statement issued by SINU said the MOU will strengthen and enhance cooperation between SINU and MCT in…

Public officers back to duty station

The Public Service has resumed duties on Tuesday following a joint review by the Public Service Ministry in consultation with the Office of the Prime Minister and Cabinet of the “Stay-at-Home” notice on Monday. Most public officers in the non-essential services are expected to fully resume duties following the review, a statement issued by Government…

Mayor thankful for support

Mayor of Honiara City Eddie Siapu has thanked business houses, NGOs, community and youth groups for responding to the call for major voluntary clean in the city. In a statement issued by HCC Media Unit he said, as the Head of Honiara City Council Governance, he is profoundly grateful for the overwhelming turn out. “I…

Airlines resumes domestic services

SOLOMON Airlines has confirmed the national carrier’s domestic flight schedule has recommenced regular domestic operations as of yesterday. Solomon Airlines CEO Brett Gebers has confirmed this in a statement on Monday. “We have carefully evaluated the situation and the current environment and now that it is safe to operate, we can confirm we are back…