LCC: HOU CHARGES 'INACCURATE AND ILLEGALLY OBTAINED'.
19:07hrs 05 December 2013
Chairman of the Leadership Code Commission says recent newspaper reports on LCC charges against Finance Minister Rick Hou and his Permanent Secretary, Shadrach Fanega, are 'inaccurate' and came from information that was 'obtained illegally'.
INTERIM AUDITOR GENERAL
19:06hrs 05 December 2013
Deputy Auditor General Robert Cohen has been appointed Acting Auditor General.
FORAU URGES W-T-O
19:03hrs 05 December 2013
Foreign Affairs and External Trade Minister, Hon. Clay Forau Soalaoi urges the World Trade Organization, W-T-O and the least developed countries, L-D-Cs, to support the successful conclusion of the 'Bali Package'.
BIOMETRIC VOTER SYSTEM
19:00hrs 05 December 2013
The Solomon Islands Electoral Commission undertakes 5 day briefing for stakeholders on the new 'Biometric Voter Registration System'.
14 MILLION MARIJUANA RAID
18:59hrs 05 December 2013
The Royal Solomon Islands Police and Participating Police joint force have raided more than six thousand Marijuana plants worth 14 Million yesterday afternoon.
RAPID EMPLOYMENT REVIEW
18:57hrs 05 December 2013
Honiara City Clerk Charles Kelly welcomes the Rapid Employment Project mid review concluded in Honiara this week.
OUR TELEKOM ASSISTS FOOD SURVEY
18:55hrs 05 December 2013
Our Telekom this week bridged the gap for the Ministry of Agriculture’s food security survey with a donation of three mobile handsets.
FSII: SHORT BUS ROUTE UPDATE
18:53hrs 05 December 2013
The Forum Solomon Islands International, FSII, is calling on the government to inform the Honiara public the status of the parliamentary report on Honiara’s Short-bus route.
SCHOOL: UNCERTAIN FUTURE.
18:51hrs 05 December 2013
Inspectorate officers from the Education Ministry and the Guadalcanal Education Authority have warned a North Guadalcanal Primary School administration to pull up their socks or face closure next year.
MEN RECOGNISE WOMEN
18:49hrs 05 December 2013
A man from Tikopia in the Eastern end of the country, Dwight Ratu has said it is time men should recognize the role women play in society, especially in promoting the 16 Days of Activism against Domestic Violence currently observed in the country.
PARLIAMENT MEETS TOMORROW
16:53hrs 04 December 2013
Parliament begins tomorrow.
NEW P-P-F COMMANDER
16:51hrs 04 December 2013
A new Participating Police Force Commander has been announced.
OSBORNE: NEW POLICE ACT.
16:49hrs 04 December 2013
Out going Participating Police Force Commander Paul Osborne says he leaves the country satisfied of his personal contribution to the development of the country's New Police Act 2013.
RAPID EMPLOYMENT REVIEW.
16:46hrs 04 December 2013
The Rapid Employment Project has gone under a mid term review by stakeholders from different Ministries, the Honiara City Council and World Bank representatives in Honiara this week.
PANGA AGAINST SQUATTERS.
16:43hrs 04 December 2013
The Guadalcanal Premier says the Criminal Code and the Lands and Title Acts should be amended in order to urgently address squatter settlement issues in the country.
PANGA ON U.S FIGHTER PLANE.
16:41hrs 04 December 2013
Guadalcanal Premier Steven Panga has condemned the removal of the U-S fighter plane from the Lau Valley Area.
SASAKO ON ATOIFI HOSPITAL
16:39hrs 04 December 2013
Former politician and freelance journalist, Alfred Sasako has called on the Solomon Islands Medical Board to look into allegations over the way Atoifi hospital operates.
16:37hrs 04 December 2013
Private Lawyer John Keniapisia has denied claims, his client 'Jaya Perjaya' - a Malaysian logging company - wants to operate illegally in Vanikoro, Temotu Province and is employing illegal tactics to do so.
16:35hrs 04 December 2013
Australian volunteers in the country and their Solomon Islands host celebrates have today celebrated the International Volunteer Day.
MINISTER RE-AFFIRMS NEED FOR SUCCESSFUL TRADE MEETING
18:10hrs 03 December 2013
The Foreign Affairs and External Trade Minister and the Bali pre-World Trade Organisation, W-T-O, Ministerial Conference chair, Hon. Clay Forau Soalaoi reaffirms the need for a successful outcome at the 9th World Trade Organization meeting this week.
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