LAST week leading up to the Christmas Day, Honiara city was very much busy with people rushing here and there conducting their last minute shopping before heading to the provinces by boat for their holiday.
THE future of the newly built Manaoba Airfield in north Malaita now lies in the hands of landowners.
SO the government had spent $60 million to build the tiny airstrip of Manaoba in the northern region of Malaita.
LACK of police, immigration, and quarantine presence at the Solomon Islands-Papua New Guinea common border is a long-standing issue.
THE FATE of a no-confidence motion tabled against Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare lies with a High Court ruling expected this morning.
FOR the past weeks the city had been going through water shortage.
LEADERS and people of Renbel need to sit down together and seriously look at the current dispute that is now fragmenting their communities.
THE nation’s provincial premiers are meeting at various locations in Honiara and Guadalcanal this week.
THE Opposition is right.
IT would be an absolute waste of the state’s meagre resources if Manaoba Airfield in Malaita, and Lomlom in Temotu, are left to their own devices.
THIS commentary is in respect to your above front page headline in your issue for Tuesday, 01/09/2015.
THE National Referral Hospital (NRH) is yet to get the attention it deserves from the national government.
Shadows of doubt over Skyline Investment
Growing public distrust of gov’t
REP – a model project
A lesson for all vendors