Category: Court

Lockdown Orders by the Prime Minister is Legally Valid Under the Constitution, High Court Ruled

Jared Koli- July 5, 2021

The High Court recently ruled that the lockdown orders made by the Prime Minister under the COVID-19 Emergency Powers are legally valid under the constitution. ... Read More


admin- March 11, 2021

Chief of staff Prime Minister’s Office, Robson Djokovic The criminal case on the alledged breach of the Electoral Act against the Chief of Staff within ... Read More

Chief Justice call for independent government remuneration tribunal

admin- January 21, 2021

Solomon Islands Chief Justice Sir Albert Palmer Chief Justice Albert Palmer calls for the urgent set up of an independent Government Remuneration Tribunal by legislation ... Read More

Incest bail application refused

admin- October 15, 2020

The bail application for 37-year-old male charged with three counts of domestic violence and one count of persistent sexual abuse of a child was refused ... Read More

45 years old man sentenced for abusing wife

admin- September 24, 2020

  A 45-year-old man was sentenced to 8 months’ imprisonment for domestic violence –physical abuse charges at the magistrate court this morning.  Joel Tute on ... Read More

Coronial Inquest into the Tasahe bomb blast; 2 deaths

admin- September 24, 2020

Police investigation team at the explosion scene|Photo supplied. A Coronial Inquest into the death of two expatriates at their residence last week will be brought ... Read More

Boso Acquitted from false rumor charges

admin- September 1, 2020

Paterson Boso The Magistrate's Court yesterday acquitted a man charged for spreading false rumours in social media in April this year. Paterson Boso was charged ... Read More