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Wednesday, September 22, 2021

    Nehemiah’s case in court today

    BY JENNIFER KUSAPA THE case of Martin Nehemiah Pola will appear in court for mention today before Deputy Chief Magistrate Ricky Iomea. Nehemiah is currently facing three counts of obtaining credit by false pretence from Smart...

    Juveniles stealing prevalent in Honiara: Court

    BY JENNIFER KUSAPA Young people ending up in court for stealing is prevalent in Honiara, it is reported. Principal Magistrate Augustine Aulanga uttered this when sentencing a juvenile to 12 months’ imprisonment yesterday for stealing three...

    Court circuits for August deferred

    BY JENNIFER KUSAPA Court circuits for August have been deferred until further notice. Principal magistrate Felix Hollison announced this in court yesterday, explaining that this deferment will have an impact on an ongoing case against five...

    MOI chiefs call for local court visit

    BY SAMIE WAIKORI AUKI The Malaita outer islands (MOI) houses of chiefs are calling on the provincial local court to visit the atolls. This is according to Ishmael Kekou, the first class magistrate who is looking after...

    Court lauds presence of police in Pelau

    BY SAMIE WAIKORI AUKI MALAITA Provincial Magistrate Court has lauded the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) for their presence despite their condition to provide policing work for the communities of Pelau and Luaniua in the...

    Magistrate hears MOI cases during recent court circuit

    BY SAMIE WAIKORI AUKI MALAITA Provincial Magistrate Court and the Provincial Prosecution office has heard a total of eight criminal cases on Luaniua and Pelau during a court circuit route to the Malaita Outer Islands (MOI)...

    Taimareho case moved to end of August

    BY JENNIFER KUSAPA THE case against the management of the West Are’are Constituency shipping company, owners of the vessel Taimareho has been moved to the end of August. The case was against the Directors, General Manager,...

    Gun case adjourned to Friday

    BY JENNIFER KUSAPA THE court has adjourned the case of a man charged with one count of possession of fire-arm to Friday this week for the set-up of a trial date. This is the case of...

    Man gets 2 months for trespass and damage

    BY JENNIFER KUSAPA A 57-year-old man from Rennell has received a two-month jail term for unlawful damage, criminal trespass and resisting arrest. Billy No’apai of Rennell Island, Rennel Bellona province, yesterday was convicted following his guilty...

    All hands on deck against sex crimes on girls: Court

    BY JENNIFER KUSAPA THE court has reiterated that addressing sexual offences in the country requires collaborative effort from all stakeholders. Chief Justice Sir Albert Palmer, in his recent sentence on a sexual offence case, said while...