Police calls for support from public

More events start this week AS the country is about to go for a  week-long national healing and apology programme this week, the national Security of the country Royal Solomon Islands Police Force has appealed to everyone to support the  celebration. Deputy commissioner operation, Garial Manelusi said that churches especially need to support this celebration…

Gospel group wants to corrupt free system

SOLOMON Islands Full Gospel Association wants to see a system that is free from corruption in order to benefit the people in the rural areas. This came after a leaked report in media revealed $78.5 million has been allocated for the National Transport and Infrastructure this year. From the total allocation, eight constituencies have benefited…

CBSI 40th anniversary celebrated

ART Gallery in Honiara came alive on Monday in a one day celebration to commemorate Central Bank of Solomon Islands (CBSI) 40th anniversary. The event featured speeches, quizzes, tours to the Central Bank office and the Finance Ministry, money awareness talks, display of the country’s bank notes and bank related information. Mostly students and their…

Peace brings prosperity, training participants told

“When there is peace inside our homes, our country will prosper.” These were the words from Solomon Sisimia at the opening of the Family Protection Act training in Honiara. The one-day training last Wednesday organised by World Vision Solomon Islands, brought together community leaders and representatives from Honiara’s three constituencies to interact and learn about…

Students to join education conference

A total of 38 students will be participating at the Vaka Pasifiki Education conference next week in Honiara, thanks to the support of a local industry. A statement yesterday said that 20 education students from Solomon Islands National University (SINU) are being given partial scholarships by a local company, Pasifiki Services Limited (PSL) towards the…

PM applauds Bar Association participation

Solomon Islands Bar Association has been acknowledged for its thorough and complete review of the 2nd 2014 Draft Federal Constitution of Solomon Islands, which ended on Friday 24 June 2016. Prime Minister Hon. Manasseh Sogavare made the commendation when addressing the fifty lawyers who participated in the awareness program of this draft. Mr Sogavare said…

Officer guilty

The police officer who stood trial for taking State vehicles without authority has been found guilty of the offense. Principal Magistrate Augustine Aulanga was satisfied that the Crown has proven its case beyond reasonable doubt in relation to two charges of taking vehicles without authority and therefore convicted him. One of the charges relates to…