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.........................................WELCOME......................................... The Central Malaita Students Association (CMSA) is a multi-dialect and cultural Student Group Consisting of students from Kwara’ae, Langalanga, Kwai and Ngongosila, Malaita Outer Islands, Kwaio and Fataleka. Our vision and objective is to protect the norms and cultural values of our members while at the same time we enhance our academic knowledge and skills towards the promotion of development and the improvement of living standards in our respective regions. .............................................DISCLAIMER............................... The site welcomes any contribution by way of information, comments, news articles, photos etc from its members and interested members of the public to ensure we are well informed of all the developments in our villages, constituencies, regions, islands, country, region and the world at large as well. However, any transmission of information, news and comments is intended only for the use of the members of the Association. Any use or dissemination of information provided in this site in other websites or medium of information is not the responsibility of the Association, and the Association cannot be held liable for it. The contents of this webpage, unless expressly stated, do not comprise the views of the Association or any representation by the Association, but are views of its individual members. .
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Wednesday, December 19, 2007
GOVERNMENT MINISTER WARNS ABOUT PROJECT

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18/12/2007

A Government Minister warned today that the future of major development projects on Malaita, including palm oil plantations proposed for Auluta in the east and Waisisi in the west is at risk of folding.

The caretaker minister for Agriculture and Livestock, Severino Nuaiasi says the decision by MPs from Malaita Constituencies to desert the current Government has thrown the future of these and other major projects on Malaita in doubt.Mr Nuaiasi is the only MP representing a constituency on Malaita that remains with the government.

The rest have joined the Opposition group.In a statement through Government Communication Unit, Mr Nuaiasi said the Grand Coalition for Change Government is the only government that has focused on major development projects on Malaita.

He said they have palm oil projects proposed for Auluta and Waisisi and major deep seaports at Bina Harbor and Suava Bay to name a few.He said he as minister responsible can confirm that these projects are on line.Mr Nuaiasi said the action by MPs representing Constituencies on Malaita in moving away from the Government has jeopardized the future of these projects.

He said their actions beg the question of whether or not they are interested to create employment opportunities for the people of Malaita.Mr Nuaiasi said the most disappointing thing about the Opposition group is that it has been silent all along on their policy intentions.

Meanwhile, opposition leader Fred Fono says the caretaker minister is ignorant of the way national projects and government programs are being administered.He says the projects which Mr Nuaiasi refer to are on going projects which any new government must continue to support.

Mr Fono says the coalition for national unity and rural development are committed to those national projects.He says if his group came into power, they hope to gain donor and investor confidence once they are in power, something the former Sogavare government had lacked.He says the Coalition for National Unity has already finalised it's policy statement which it will only release when it takes over government.

Mr Fono accuses the caretaker Agriculture minister of engaging in political propaganda to get the people of Malaita to sympathise with the out-going government.
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Friday, December 07, 2007
FORMER PRIME MINISTER SENTENCED TO PRISON

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6/12/2007

The Central Magistrates Court in Honiara has sentenced former Prime Minister Sir Allan Kemakeza to two months imprisonment and ordered to pay seven-thousand-500 dollars for three counts he was convicted of.

Magistrate Chris Vaas last month found Sir Allan guilty of demanding money with menace, intimidation and larceny. In his decision this morning Mr Vaas sentenced Sir Allan five months each for the three offences, but the time to be serve concurrently.

Magistrate Vaas said this mean that Sir Allan is to serve a total of five months only.However, the Magistrate said in view of the defendant's outstanding service to the nation, both before and since the commission of the offences, pursuant to Section 44 of the Penal Code he ordered that Sir Allan be released after serving two months of the sentence.

Magistrate Vaas said the balance of the sentence, namely three months, be suspended for a period of 12 months. He also allow three months for Sir Allan to pay the fines totaling seven-thousand-500 dollars. In default of payment, three months imprisonment.

Meanwhile, Sir Allan is out on one-thousand's bail pending an appeal by his lawyer against the Court decision which found the former Prime Minister guilty of the charges.
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Thursday, December 06, 2007
OCEANIA FOOTBALL TEAMS UP WITH REGIONAL NEWS ASSOCIATION

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6/12/2007

The Oceania Football Confederation, OFC, is working on a regional soccer television network that will see OFC sanctioned football games beamed throughout the region.

OFC has had consultation with television companies in the region and the regional media body, the Pacific Islands News Association, PINA, to begin this strategy with pilot projects to begin early next year in the Solomon Islands and Vanuatu.

OFC said this television network will establish a regional cooperation to promote Pacific identities on Oceania TV and new media.It will also promote key health social messages.

The world soccer body, FIFA has engaged French state television company, Canal Franch International to assist in this project. The firm will purchase television equipment and provide training for Pacific television companies involved in the project.

OFC wants to see direct connection between Oceania and the rest of the world in soccer in this new initiative pushed by FIFA president, Sepp Blatter.
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FORMER CITY MAYOR SENTENCED TO PRISON

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5/12/07

A former Honiara City Mayor was sentenced to 21 months imprisonment at the Honiara Magistrates Court.

The Corruption Targeting Team arrested David Dausabea, 54, on 28 August 2006 in relation to fraud offences allegedly committed on the Honiara City Council between 2000 and 2003.

Magistrate Chris Vass yesterday sentenced Mr Dausabea to 21-month jail term after finding him guilty of official corruption, false pretence and conversion.

Mr Dausabea was however informed that he can serve only seven months if he repays 42-thousand-200 to the Honiara City Council, Joseph Wane and Johnny Sy.

The court heard that Mr Dausabea spent money, paid to the Honiara City Council for land titles, for his personal use.The former Honiara City Mayor has 12 months to repay the money, or serve his full term in prison.

Mr Dausabea has offered to repay the money which has been misused.Magistrate Vass, in passing the sentence, said he has considered that Mr Dausabea was a first time offender.Mr Dausabea is a former police officer and younger brother of East Honiara MP, Charles Dausabea.
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GOVERNMENT FILLS IN MINISTERIAL PORTFOLIOS

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5/12/2007

The government has filled all vacant ministerial portfolios this afternoon with the appointment of three government backbenchers.

They are the MP for Central Makira, Bernard Ghiro; MP for Central Honiara, Nelson Ne’e and the MP for East Honiara, Charles Dausabea.Mr Ghiro is the Minister for National Unity, Reconciliation and Peace whilst Mr Ne’e and Mr Dausabea are the Ministers for Public Service and Home Affairs respectively.

The trio took their oaths of allegiance and office before the Governor General Sir Nathaniel Waena in a swearing-in ceremony at the Government House this afternoon.

The three ministries were left vacant upon the mass defection of government MPs last month.

Meanwhile, the Press Secretary to the Prime Minister says the Government rules with a 25 majority support following the return of three of its defector ministers and the crossover of three Opposition MPs.
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