Trio off to camp

Three Solomon Islands Swimming athletes will be part of a training camp in Okinawa, Japan next week. The trio, Clement Laviara, Eddie Iro and Angela Charles departed yesterday. They were accompanied by the NOCSI Vice president, Golden Kiloko, Coach Stans Beula and JICA Volunteer, Sho Yonahara. They will attend a two weeks training camp in…

Easter double murder

HUGE CASH MAY BE STOLEN Motive: to steal THE two men suspected of the double Easter murder may have gotten away with more than $600,000 in cash. Although investigators had found $290,000 in cash at the crime scene, they were unable to establish how much the killers got away with. Investigators believed the motive behind…

G-Province to conduct survey

Guadalcanal Province (G-Province) will soon be conducting a survey from White River in West Honiara to Lunga in the East, to determine the customary land from town boundary. This will be done through the G-Province Task Force chaired by Hon. Member for Tandai Ward John Nano. Their survey will also include the high water mark…

Reef robbers to be deported

After more than 2 months in the country, the 40 Vietnamese crews who were caught on 26th March stealing beche-de-mers and other marine species at Rennell’s Indispensable reef, detained and charged by the court will be deported on Wednesday. The crews who are detained on an extended court order at the Rove Police club will…

Opposition congratulates Fakarii

PARLIAMENTARY Opposition Leader THE country’s newly appointed Ombudsman has been congratulated by the Parliamentary Opposition Leader. In a statement on Tuesday the group’s leader Jeremiah Manele has welcomed the appointment of Fred Fakarii as the country’s new Ombudsman. Mr Manele while congratulating Mr Fakarii described him as ‘a top choice’ for the job. “With his…