Top financial supervisors meet

THE Governor of the Central Bank of Solomon Islands (CBSI) reminds Association of Financial Supervisors of Pacific Countries (AFSPC) members to resolve issues on improving the supervision skills and supervision capacity in the region. Mr Denton Rarawa made this reminder when he opened the AFSPC meeting attended by 25 regional financial supervisors and experts at…

Students forum successful

AN INTERACTIVE seminar which brings together local students and academics studying and working at the University of the South Pacific (USP), Laucala campus in Fiji was successfully conducted over the weekend. FARAILA was a new initiative by the current Solomon Islands Students Association (SISA) executive, led by president, Anthony Maelasi. It was organized to help…

Mono wants logging out

The Honiara based Mono community is calling on the commissioner of Forest Reeves Moveni to terminate the agro-forestry operations on their island. Community representative, Michael Kalanuma told this paper that the issue has gone out of hand and they want the company’s agro-forestry licenses be terminated soon. He said, there have been growing issues overtime…

Missing fishermen found alive

The two fishermen from Taro, Choiseul province, who went missing at sea a week  ago  have been found alive. Police say the duo landed safely on Nuguria island close to Tasmania island, an atoll group of islands north of Bougainville. Police Commander ,Taro police station, Rolland Kopo said both men were reportedly safe but are…

MMF intends to meet PM

Malaita Ma’asina Forum (MMF) plans to meet with the Prime Minister (PM) to address issues hindering development in government’s prioritised projects for Malaita. Speaking to the media on Monday at the Mendana Hotel MMF president Charles Dausabea said they are preparing to hold talks with the PM to address some matters of land disputes that…