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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 BILUAFORMER Member of Parliament and...

Region’s media told to probe more into corruption

By EDDIE OSIFELOPACIFIC’S media owners, editors and...

People must learn to behave responsibly: Court

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BY JENNIFER KUSAPAThe Magistrate Court has issued a strong word of advice urging people to learn to behave responsibly and not to take the law into one’s own hand – especially when under influence...

Rugby star jailed

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BY JENNIFER KUSAPAA YOUNG rugby player who attacked a man and left his victim with permanent damage to his right eye was jailed for two years six months on Tuesday 17th February.Daniel Saomatangi was...

Police’s burden

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1000-plus cases, RSIPF find difficulty in disposing high profile casesBy EDDIE OSIFELOTHE two investigation departments with the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) are finding it difficult to dispose high profile cases quickly.This is...

Landmark ruling

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BY JENNIFER KUSAPAIN a landmark ruling, a Malaysian logging company has been ordered to pay $3.2 million to landowners in Isabel for trespass, nuisance and damages it caused to the environment.Solomon Islands Court of...

Magistrate talks out against excessive alcohol use

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BY JENNIFER KUSAPADEPUTY Chief Magistrate Ricky Iomea is reiterating the caution against excessive use of alcohol.He says it is common knowledge that excessive alcohol consumption seemed to be one of the causes of anti-social...

Stop delays and unnecessary adjournment of court cases: chief justice

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BY JENNIFER KUSAPACHIEF Justice Sir Albert Palmer has again raised concern over the delay and continuous adjournment of cases before the court.He said such delays should be avoided at all costs as these may...

Media attacks on judges unacceptable: Soma

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BY JENNIFER KUSAPAPRESIDENT of the Solomon Islands Bar Association (SIBA) Eran Soma has raised disappointment over reports published in the media attacking judges over particular decisions.Soma said such personal attacks are unacceptable and uncalled...

PM’s chief of staff citizenship hearing made

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BY JENNIFER KKUSAPATHE civil case hearing on the issue of citizenship in relation to the Prime Minister’s Chief of Staff Robson Djokovic was made yesterday at the High Court.Wilson Rano who represents Djokovic filed...

Prosecution told to amend PTC checklist

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BY JENNIFER KUSAPAPRINCIPAL Magistrate Fatimah Taeburi has told prosecution to amend the current PTC checklist and file to the court by December 15.This is in regards to the case against a 37-year-old man accused...

SINU council refers VC visa rejection to court

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By EDDIE OSIFELOSOLOMON Islands National University (SINU) Council through its legal counsel has lodged an application to the High Court for a judicial review over the visa issues involving Vice Chancellor Dr Ganesh Chand...