More buses apprehended

HONIARA City Council (HCC) law enforcement team had arrested some buses that did not purchase their business licenses on this week. City Mayor, Andrew Mua confirmed this after the grace period for buses to buy their business license and follow the long bus routes had ended on Monday. Mua said some of the buses continued…

CJ on complaints against judicial

Chief Justice (CJ) Sir Albert Palmer says there are proper channels of raising complaints against a judicial officer rather than going to the media or the social media, Facebook. Sir Albert is responding to the numerous complaints in the media recently over delays in progressing cases and suggestions of cases are being manipulated or deliberately…

Tension defused at Graciosa Bay

A ROW between loggers and villagers at Graciosa Bay, Temotu Province, is now under control as of Tuesday. A well-placed source from Latatold the Solomon StarXiang Lin Timber Company conducted its first transshipment of logs inside the bay without consent from the chiefs. “The community elders seized the tug boat on Monday night and demanded…

KINGDOM UNDER SPOTLIGHT

The Church movement called ‘Message of the Kingdom’ is now on the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force’s (RSIPF) radar. This followed reports members of the movement are selling their properties and a suggestion an uprising is likely in the province A statement issued by the police media unit on Monday said, the Royal Solomon Islands…

1583 traffic cases for 2017

THE Kukum Traffic Police Department has recorded a total of 1583 traffic related incidents that leads to 7 deaths in Honiara last year. That’s according to the Kukum Traffic Police Supervising Director George Mouli in an exclusive interview on Friday. “For the past year 2017 we have received a total of 1583 reported cases,” said…