Samarai-Murua MP

Second chance for youths

The young men have been selected as part of a two-month heavy equipment operator training program with MAPEX Training Institute.

Samarai-Murua MP, Isi Leonard Henry, announced the program adding that he wanted to help these troubled youths get an opportunity to change their lives.

The Member outlined that this program is different from the usual scholarship that he has in his electorate.

The youths that he selected were deemed outcasts and troublemakers in the area.

Samarai-Murua MP seeks leave

Leonard’s lawyer this morning appeared before the Supreme Court.

The matter was listed for hearing today however, it could not be moved as the lawyers for petitioner, former Samarai-Murua MP Gordon Wesley, were not served.

The leave application will be heard next week Tuesday.

The National Court in Alotau ordered a recount on March 28 after trial was conducted.

The recount is to commence on April 30, next Monday.

Leonard remains MP pending recount results.

Sidelined Milne Bay PPC blames political interference

PPC Morehari  said this when briefing his various section heads on Tuesday February 7,  at the Alotau Police Station Community Policing Hall.

In a brief but sombre hand over ceremony where he handed over the reins to Milne Bay Provincial Police Station Commander Inspector George Bayagau.

He told his policemen and women and his successor that he believed his suspension was politically motivated over his handling of the arrest and confiscation of a vessel owned by Samarai-Murua MP Gordon Wesley last year.