Temotu Arrows gears up

The Temotu Football Association (TFA) has trimmed their training squad in preparation for the upcoming Solomon Cup set for June this year, Honiara. TFA President Luke Lapoe told Star Sport from Lata,Temotu provincial capital  that their training squad was trimmed to 28 players. “We are now working on our final squad that will represent the…

‘DON’T HARM WITCHCRAFT SUSPECT’

IT____S against the law to assault someone being suspected of practising sorcery because its a criminal offense under our law.   Therefore the public is being warned to refrain from assaulting people suspect of practicing sorcery on others or the law will punish them. Speaking to the Solomon Star Secretary to the Law Reform Commission (LRC)…

PROTEST MARCH

Citizens march to protest against murder of Chinese couple WEST HONIARA came to a standstill on Sunday afternoon after more than a thousand people took part in a solemn procession to condemn and denounce the barbaric killing of the Chinese couple murdered over the Easter weekend. The march kicked off from the Art Gallery to…

Officers in Roviana to hunt crocs

A NUMBER of Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) and Participating Police Force (PPF) officers are in the Roviana Lagoon, Western Province to hunt down the number of crocodiles. Supervising Police Commissioner Juanita Matanga speaking at the Police Commissioner’s weekly conference on Thursday, said police are concern with the increasing sighting of crocodiles as well…

Six days on, no arrests yet

Protest march against barbaric killing today Six days on, and the police are yet to make any arrests over the killing of the Chinese couple, whose stabbed bodies were found inside their business premises Monday last week. And while investigators are keeping their options open, sources say police hope of a breakthrough now lies with…

Police assess complaints of Pinto

POLICE are currently assessing reports into the alleged fake educational and professional qualification of former Executive Director of Pan Oceanic Bank, Pinto Kutila. Supervising Police Commander Juanita Matanga said police have received a lot of reports on that matter and are assessing them. “There are things we are looking at in terms of civil and…

‘CLEAN FORCE’ PLEA

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Easter double murder

POLICE PROBE CUTS POLICE are working around the clock to unravel the mystery surrounding the death of Chinese couple whose bodies were discovered in their business premises, Monday. Two days after the bodies were found in pools of blood, police are yet to establish a firm lead. Yesterday, the bodies of the couple, who were…