Mua trial set to go

OUTGOING Member of Parliament for Savo/Russell, Dickson Mua, who faces one count of conversion, will be standing trial starting next week in the Honiara Magistrates’ Court. Mua will appear in court today for his final interim mention leading up to his trial, which will commence on January 21, which is only a week away. The…

VOTERS LIST ON THE WAY

SIEC sets to finalise national electoral roll By IAN M.KAUKUI VOTERS list for the upcoming national elections is expected to be finalised and approved tomorrow. That’s according to Chief Electoral Officer Mose Saitala. “My officers will try to get the voters final list onto our website this weekend,” Saitala told reporters, Wednesday. “So by next…

SCHOOL RESULTS SOON

Ministry plans signing off, Friday By IAN M.KAUKUI SCHOOL results for forms threes and fives are expected to be published by the end of this week. Ministry of Education and Human Resource Development (MEHRD) Acting Permanent Secretary James Bosamata confirmed this on Tuesday. Bosamata said as a practice, they will organise a signing off program…

FLOOD TOLL SET TO RISE

Victims suffer loss of homes and food gardens By IAN M. KAUKUI  THE number of people affected by the current bad weather is expected to rise as more reports are being relayed to the National Disaster Management Office (NDMO). That’s according to NDMO’s third situational report released last night. So far, 23,708 people were reportedly…

Thousands affected by bad weather

Up to 23,708 people and 4,480 households across five provinces have been affected by the recent bad weather. That’s according to the Solomon Islands National Emergency Operations Centre’s (SINEOC) latest situational report on the disaster. The report said the four most impacted provinces are Guadalcanal, Malaita, Isabel, and Makira-Ulawa. In Guadalcanal, the report said, almost…