BRIBERY EXPOSED

Six (6) resigned M.A.R.A Ministers received $10k each, MPAs confessed   IT has surfaced that the reasons stated in the resignation letter by six Members of the Provincial Assembly (MPAs) who tendered their resignation from the MARA government this week are mere cover-ups, it was revealed. Yesterday, confessions were heard from MPAs within the MARA…

Clergyman: Open your land for development

A LEADING clergyman on Isabel has challenged landowners in the Province to open up their land for development. “Isabel Province is one of the least developed provinces in the country and I want people to open up their lands to the National Government, provincial government and investors to develop,” Anglican priest, Fr Wilson Mapuru told…

Malaita govt does not endorse petition

Malaita Provincial Executive says it is unaware nor endorsed any petition by the Honiara-based Malaitans. A statement issued by the Malaita Provincial Government (MPG) on Monday said the executive has not sighted the petition nor has it endorsed it to formally represent the interest of the entire province. The Malaita Provincial Government statement said it…

SU’U SAYS SORRY

PM accepts apology from former hardline leader   A former hardline Malaita leader has come face to face with Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare and apologised for his past actions against him as Prime Minister and the Democratic Coalition Government for Advancement (DCGA). Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare in returned has sincerely accepted the apology from Moses…

Police: planned protest illegal

POLICE says the planned protest is illegal as it assures the public to continue with business as usual after a planned protest to the Office of the Prime Minister on Monday morning in Honiara. Commissioner Mangau in a statement strongly ask those who intend to join the protest to refrain. “The planned protest was illegal…

NO JAB, NO JOB!

Cabinet approves mandatory vaccination   THE Government has put down its fist in the name of protecting the nation from any COVID-19 outbreak by making an uncompromising warning that a person will lose his or her job if they did not take the COVID-19 vaccines. Minister for Health and Medical Services (MHMS) Dr Culwick Togamana…