No budget for morgue

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Malaita on track to clear debt

Malaita Provincial Government (MPG) is aiming to be debt-free once its remaining debt of SBD$995,000 is cleared off. Premier Peter Ramohia highlighted this at the start of the Malaita province full assembly meeting early this week adding his government is serious to get the province out of debt. “From a debt of more than $4million,…

Fugui challenges scholars

MINISTER for Education Human Resource Development John Moffat Fugui challenges tertiary students under government cholarship to be good decision makers as future leaders. Minister Fugui echoed the statements during his recent visit to local students studying at various intuitions in Fiji Tuesday this week.  A student studying at the University of South Pacific Laucala Campus…

Former militants want answers from reconciliation committee

FORMER Malaita Eagle Force militants are questioning the National Reconciliation Committee over forms which they fill up for project proposals and gave to the committee last year. Spokesperson for the former militants Faiga Wasi told Solomon Star that over 2000 former militants submitted their project proposals to Solomon Islands Post-Conflict Reconciliation, Rehabilitation and Restoration Association…

MHMS committed to serve country

The Ministry of Health and Medical Services (MHMS) remain committed to provide health services to the entire nation, with the limited resources at hand. This was revealed by Under Secretary (US) Health Care, Dr Gregory Jilini during last week’s Public Accounts Committee (PAC) hearing on the 2016 Supplementary Bill 2017. He told the PAC members…

Veke condemns oil spill

Guadalcanal Provincial Premier Hon. Anthony K Veke has condemned in the strongest term the revelation of illegal importation and subsequent storage of industrial wastes in IBC Container at Tanaro, Northwest Guadalcanal. As a result that are now spilling toxic oily substance into the surrounding fragile ecosystem. Premier Veke said that he could not believe reading…