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Thursday, June 30, 2022

FSC launches three documents and toll-free line

BY MAVIS N PODOKOLOFAMILY Support Centre yesterday...

MID and Temotu sign $5m ship project

The National Government through the Ministry of...

Mustard Seed chided for breaching agreement with Parliament commission

By EDDIE OSIFELOMUSTARD Seed International Health Insurance...

Ministry to hold workshop on Strata Titles Bill for MPs

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By Gary HatigevaDUE to its complexness and technicality in nature, the government through the Ministry of Lands, Housing and Survey, has agreed to hold a workshop for Members of Parliament over the Strata Titles...

Leaders discuss country’s national security strategy

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BY LYNTON AARON FILIATHE National Security Division of the Ministry of Police National Security and Correctional Services met on Tuesday at Parliament with the parliamentary committee on police and security.The meeting basically focussed on...

Strata Bill passes second reading, now goes to Committee of the Whole House

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By Gary HatigevaFOLLOWING thorough debates on its general principles with strong support for it, the Strata Titles Bill 2017 has gone through its second reading in parliament yesterday, and is now set to go...

3 felling licences issued in two years: Manetoali

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By Gary HatigevaA total of three felling licences were revealed to have been approved and issued under the basis of agro-forestry in the country, between 2017 and this year.This the Minister of Forestry and...

Big bill, careful

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Strata titles bill not carefully scrutinised, Wale requests more timeBy Gary HatigevaMEMBER of Parliament for Aoke/Langalanga and Chairman of the Bills and Legislation Committee (BLC), Matthew Wale, has called on the government to give...

Maelanga hits out at critics over quorum issue

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By Gary HatigevaLEADER of the Official Opposition and Member of Parliament for East Malaita, Manasseh Maelanga has hit out at critics and claims over the issue leading to lack of quorums in Parliament that...

Whistleblowers protection bill passed

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By Gary HatigevaTHE much anticipated Whistleblowers Protection Bill 2016 has been passed with so much anticipation for it to support in the implementation of the Anti-Corruption Act that was passed last week, and play...

Equipping whistleblowers with relevant laws vital for implementation of Anti-Corruption Act: Wale

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By Gary HatigevaMEMBER of Parliament for Aoke/Langalanga and Chairman of the Bills and Legislation Committee (BLC), Matthew Wale has urged for the government to see that those charged with the responsibility to be whistleblowers,...

ACB passed, when’s the gazetting?

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By Gary HatigevaTHE Bill provides for imprisonment from five to seven or more years, besides fine, to those convicted of sleeping in bed with corruption.After almost a week of scrutiny and proceedings, Parliament has...

People reminded to take heed of procedures involved when reporting corruption

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By Gary HatigevaPEOPLE who will be involved in or will choose to report matters of corruption to the Anti-Corruption Commission or Integrity officers have been reminded to take note of procedures and requirements that...