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Tuesday, February 26, 2008
Solomons To Build New High Commission In PNG

By Alexander Rheeney in Port Moresby
Monday: February 25, 2008

Solomon Islands Minister for Foreign Affairs, External Trade and Immigration William Haomae will lead a ground breaking ceremony in Port Moresby today to mark the construction of his country’s new diplomatic mission.

Haomae flew into the PNG capital on Saturday and will be joined by his PNG colleague Sam Abal at the building site in Waigani, close to other diplomatic missions and PNG government departments.


The beginning of construction comes close to three years after the Solomon Islands government agreed to endorse plans to build the new chancery in Port Moresby.

The work will be funded by the PNG government under its development assistance program to the Solomon Islands.
PNG architecture firm Archiscape Group, which was awarded the contract for the design of the building, will submit its design plans to the PNG Building Board soon for approval.

Work on the building is expected to start after approval is given by the building board and completed by June next year, says the Solomon Islands government media unit.

Haomae was accompanied to Port Moresby by the Solomon Islands Permanent Secretary for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and External Trade, Barnabas Anga.

Haomae is also expected to discuss bilateral issues with Abal during his short stay in PNG.
Coincidentally, the two ministers flew to PNG on the same flight after the latter traveled to Honiara last week to attend a meeting of the Forum Foreign Minister’s standing committee on RAMSI (Regional Assistance Mission to Solomon Islands).

It was at that meeting Solomon Islands Prime Minister Dr. Derek Sikua announced that his government will overturn the decision of the Mannaseh Sogavare government to reject a Forum Review Report on the RAMSI.

The report will now go before a Solomon Islands parliamentary select committee for further discussion before a set of recommendations on course of action is forwarded to the government.

Dr. Sikua assured the Forum Foreign Ministers committee on RAMSI that his government will consult the Forum as well as countries that contribute to RAMSI on its deliberations.

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MEMBER WITHDRAWS MOTION OF NO CONFIDENCE IN PREMIER

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25/02/2008

Malaita Provincial Assembly member for Kwarekwareo Ward in West Kwaio Charles Jeffery Olofia has withdrawn a motion of no confidence in the Provincial Premier, Richard Naamo Irosaea.

Government Communications Unit officer in the provincial capital, Auki Brian Waga reports that Mr Olofia withdrew the motion at a provincial assembly this morning.

Mr Waga says Mr Olofia withdrew the motion because he does not have the support of the members.

"What he said was that because of the mixed reactions and the apparent luck of substance to support his intention to move the motion had forced him to withdraw the motion in Premier Richard Irosaea."

Meanwhile, Waga says Premier Irosaea thanked the initiators of the motion saying he does not hold any ill-feeling towards them.However, he called on all Provincial members to cooperation and help develop Malaita province.
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Men in Black beaten 0-2

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Tuesday, February 26, 2008

BA'S O League title hopes hangs by a thread after going down to Kossa Football Club 0-2 in Honiara yesterday.

The hosts scored two goals in quick succession in the first spell on their way to remaining unbeaten in the Group B of the competition.

With the loss, Ba now needs to win its home games against Kossa FC and hope that Kossa and Tafea draw their final fixture. The Kossa team included World Beach Football Cup stars James Naka and Joe Luwi.

Backed by 11,000 fans at Lawson Tama Stadium the hosts made a bright start pushing deep into Ba territory.

Davani was an early threat for the Men in Black missing with a header.

A defensive blunder by Ba in the seventh minute allowed Kossa to grab the opening goal.

Davani scored to the delight of the home fans.
The Solomon Islands club shocked Ba again after four minutes.
This time James Naka outsmarted the Ba defence to shoot past Jone Sorolo in goal.

Naka nearly grabbed his double in the 16th minute but his long range shot struck the woodwork.
Kossa threatened again in final moments of the first spell.
Luwi and Naka combined well resulting in the Ba defence having to clear the ball off the line.

The clearance was intercepted by Luwi who rifled the ball wide off the cross bar.
Ba regrouped at half-time and came out firing in the second spell.

Keni Doidoi and Jone Vesikula tried to ignite the visitors.
Josaia Bukalidi missed a sitter in the 59th minute. The national rep rose high above the Kossa defenders but his header clipped the crossbar.

Davani caught Sorolo off his line with his long range effort but Vesikula cleared the ball off the line.
Ba had earlier lost to Tafea FC last week.

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