Govt yet to fix school fence

It has been over two months and the Carr Memorial Adventist Primary School is still waiting for the damage to be settled.

Just 24 hours after the Leaders’ summit concluded on November 18th, one of the 42-seater buses backed into the Carr Memorial Adventist Primary School fence on a Monday evening.

APEC Minister Justin Tkatchenko confirmed after the incident, that one of the black buses was unfortunately driven by an intoxicated soldier from Murray Barracks, who had no right to utilise or drive that vehicle.

Finance officers vacate building

Frustrated Joint Security Task Force personnel stormed the House of Parliament today over the non-payment of their allowance.

Apart from Vulupindi, their neighbours from Treasury have also closed their doors.

Members of the joint task force said some of their colleagues have worked for 1-2 months without allowance.

However, APEC CEO Christopher Hawkins said: “The payment of allowances for police, CS and defence normally take a week to process at the end of a major event.