Hon Laore and his wife during watching flag raisng at Nila.-photo Douglas Saefoa
THE Honorable Member of Parliament for Shortland Islands has vowed to build permanent houses for his constituents next year.
Hon. Christopher Laore, during a trip with the Prime Minister to his constituency last week, he told Sunday Isles that his plans is now moving towards completion.
Hon. Laore claimed 13 villages within shortland Islands since 2012 under its allocated housing funds a total of 77 houses have already been completed.
PM Lilo with Parammount Chief Sir George Lepping at Nila Shortlands-photo Douglas Saefoa.
PRIME Minister Gordon Darcy Lilo plans to set up a new Police Station in Shortland Islands.s
This announcement was made by the Prime Minister in his response to security concerns raised by people in Shortlands.
In his announcement the Prime Minister noted that protecting the country’s Exclusive Economic Zones (EEZ’s) is a fundamental agenda in which the government must immediately address.
New police station at Taro-photo Douglas Saefoa
CONSTRUCTION work into the new police station in Taro, Choiseul is swiftly progressing into completion.
During a brief visit to Taro last week Sunday Isles visited the building and witnessed the progress.
According to police officials in Taro, the new police station is expected to boost policing work in and around the province.
PM Lilo and Centenary officials at the at Kariki village Shortland.
PRIME Minister Gordon Darcy Lilo has pledged $10,000 in support of Kariki Village’s new Centenary building.
The Prime Minister made this donation on behalf of his delegation, during a recent visit to Kariki in the Shortlands Islands last week.
A statement from the Prime Minister to Kariki People during the handover, noted that churches are a key stakeholder and partner with the government in terms of nation building and therefore the government has also allocated funds under Constituency development budget to support churches around the country.
PM Lilo being escorted at Kariki village during his official tour to Shortland Islands
PEOPLE living in the distant islands of shortland have urged the government to rethink and step up security at the Western end of the country’s exclusive border.
A statement from village elders in Kariki, Shortlands said recently our Western border with Papua New Guinea has never been guarded, and their people have continued to receive threats from people entering the border illegally scrapping for resources.
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