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Wednesday, September 28, 2022

Media workers discuss investigative role

The Pacific Anti-Corruption Journalists Network (PACJN) yesterday...

Sasako: SI engrained in corruption

BY BEN BILUA FORMER Member of Parliament and...

Region’s media told to probe more into corruption

By EDDIE OSIFELO PACIFIC’S media owners, editors and...

Two detained for allegedly printing and circulating counterfeit money.

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BY JENNIFER KUSAPA TWO men were arrested and remanded in custody yesterday over allegations they printed and circulated fake $100 notes. Paul Rubin Olofia and Mark Naku were remanded on the grounds they both had no...

Bangladeshi’s case moved for May 18

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BY JENNIFER KUSAPA Principal Magistrate Felix Hollison has adjourned the case of a foreign national for May 18, 2021 for mention. The accused appeared in court yesterday and had his case further adjourned. The Bangladesh national faces...

Documents for $300K case not prepared.

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BY JENNIFER KUSAPA THE pre-trial conference in the case of a police officer alleged to have stolen more than $300,000 exhibit money at the Rove exhibit facility was delayed to August 24. The defendant Makasi Dolaiano...

Nehemiah’s case in court today

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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...

Government to pay Levers $50m in 3 instalments

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By EDDIE OSIFELO Government will pay Levers Solomon Ltd (LSL) $50 million, as had been ordered by the Court, in three instalments. Permanent secretary to the Ministry of Finance, McKinnie Dentana told the Public Accounts Committee...

SORE SEEKS $2.7M PAY

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Claims council unfairly dismissed him By EDDIE OSIFELO CONTROVERSIAL former Honiara City Council clerk, Rence Sore is waiting for three months for the High Court to make a ruling on a default judgement filed by his...

Sentencing on water tank case adjourned

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BY JENNIFER KUSAPA Sentencing for two Isabel men convicted for stealing 36 water tanks belonging to the Rural Water Supplies and Sanitation Hygiene in 2017 has adjourned to April 12. Their sentence was supposed to have...

Court adjourns arson case

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BY JENNIFER KUSAPA PRINCIPAL Magistrate Felix Hollison has adjourned the case against a 42-year-old man accused of having burnt a copra building in Temotu for today. This is the case of Peter Dagi, 42, who is...

Private lands officer’s case moved March 31

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BY JENNIFER KUSAPA PRINCIPAL Magistrate Felix Hollison has adjourned the case of a Private Land acquisition officer to March 31 for setting of trial date. Yesterday the case was mentioned via zoom and a pre-trial conference...

Murder accused without lawyer

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BY JENNIFER KUSAPA A man facing murder charge is without a lawyer, more than a month after being placed in custody. Principal Magistrate Fatimah Taeburi yesterday made direction for the Public Solicitor’s Office to allocate a...