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Mayor faces motion

Mayor faces motion

HONIARA City Council Mayor is facing a leadership ...

MID minister resigns

MID minister resigns

MINISTER of Infrastructure Development (MID) Jimmy...

Yow Out!

Yow Out!

Court orders controversial CEO out of SIPA premise...

Hospital theatres to reopen soon

Hospital theatres to reopen soon

MINISTER of Health and Medical Services, Dr Tautai...

Shut your door

Shut your door

Newly opened casino told to close ‘illegal’ operat...

AG seeks order to remove Yow

AG seeks order to remove Yow

ATTORNEY General James Apaniai is seeking a court ...

Police set to acquire arms

Police set to acquire arms

POLICE are in the process of acquiring new weapons...

Yow axing valid, says AG

Yow axing valid, says AG

BILLY Titiulu remains the chairman of Solomon Isla...

Yow still CEO

Yow still CEO

“Sasako misleads, my passport is here”

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Youth Market to be held this week

Honiara, Solomon [email protected] popular Youth Market will be happening fro...

News

Makira ready to implement community-led total sanitation

11 HOURS AGO

A week long Community Led Total Sanitation (CLTS) training of local facilitators in Makira province was successfully completed by the Ministry of Health and Medical Services (MHMS) last week.

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Gov’t pays millions to pave way for road project

11 HOURS AGO

UP to $15 million has been paid by the government as compensation to residents and companies with property along the main Kukum Highway, to pave way for the new highway project to roll.

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Bainimarama pulls out of MSG summit

5 DAYS AGO

RNZI - Fiji's prime minister, Frank Bainimarama, won't be attending next week's Melanesian Spearhead Group summit in Vanuatu.

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Manus Island detention: Peter Dutton says Nauru has room for 850 men who must be moved

6 DAYS AGO
Manus Island detention: Peter Dutton says Nauru has room for 850 men who must be moved

ABC: Immigration Minister Peter Dutton says Nauru has room for the 850 men who must be moved from the Manus Island detention centre after Papua New Guinea's Supreme Court ruled the detention was illegal.

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Mine pact signed without ministry

2 DAYS AGO

An agreement between AU Capital Mining and Iron Mountain Mining was done outside the government’s normal process, without the input from the Ministry of Mines.

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Nations cautioned on deep sea mining

2 DAYS AGO

A new report by the World Bank said Pacific Island countries including Solomon Islands should be cautious over any plans for mining of the seabed.

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Sports

HFA league kicks off

2 DAYS AGO
HFA league kicks off

The Honiara Football Association (HFA) 2016 league season kicked off on Saturday.

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Fans hail Micah

7 DAYS AGO

Local football fans in the country have acknowledged  and congratulated the country’s New Zealand-based football star Micah Lea’alafa for his outstanding performance following the recent Oceania league championships.

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Oceania boxing weighs grouping

16 DAYS AGO

(The National) - PAPUA New Guinea Amateur Boxing Union president John Avira says Oceania must reconsider its grouping with Asia if it wants its boxers to have a better chance of qualifying for the Olympics.

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Roy Krishna Eyes Olympics

16 DAYS AGO

RNZI: Star striker confirms he is going to play for Fiji in the Nations Cup in PNG

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Can the court decide on the SIPA saga?

7 DAYS AGO

THERE appears to be no sign that the Solomon Islands Ports Authority (SIPA) controversy is going to be resolved any time soon.

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SIPA controversy must be sorted

16 DAYS AGO

WE all want the best for our international sea port in Honiara.

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Tribute to David Friend 1940-2015

1 DAY AGO
Tribute to David Friend 1940-2015

Dear Editor - David Friend was born in Hampshire in 1940.   He obtained a BSc (Agric)  from Reading University and  a DTA from the University of the  West Indies.    He was appointed as  tree crops  agronomist to the British Solomon Island Protectorate during 1964 and was posted  to Dala Research Sta...

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SIPA’s sponsorship

1 DAY AGO

Dear Editor - Sad to hear that Collin Yow is being given the marching order to leave.

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Who is next?

7 DAYS AGO

An analysis of the sacking of the SIPA chairman and board member

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SI should learn from Korea

1 MONTHS AGO

Today more than 85% of the Solomon Islands live in rural area that include in the 3.3 billion people live in rural areas around the world. Rural development is therefore of vital significance if the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development – "a plan of action for people, planet and prosperity" – is t...

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Features

A leaf hut of clothes

16 DAYS AGO

How a mother earns her income

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A young woman in a warehouse?

1 MONTHS AGO
A young woman in a warehouse?

A female doing men’s job in a warehouse is a thing of the past for 23-year-old, young and plucky Phyllis Entrikin.

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Visale marks St. Joseph of Workers day

11 HOURS AGO

The Parish of Visale in West Guadalcanal joins Catholic’s worldwide on celebrating the Saint Joseph Workers day.

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Tanasali marks church day

11 HOURS AGO

Tanasali community on West Guadalcanal over the weekend marked an important day of the Catholic Church calendar.

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Youth Market to be held this week

8 DAYS AGO

Honiara, Solomon [email protected] popular Youth Market will be happening from 9am-5pm Wednesday- Friday this week at the SMI Grounds opposite the new Sol plaza, Town Ground.

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TIA DROPS, KUZZENS our reps for WSB

1 MONTHS AGO
TIA DROPS, KUZZENS our reps for WSB

SOLOMON Islands will be represented at the World Supremacy Battlegrounds (WSB) by two dance crews, and not one as previously announced, thanks to the WSB organizers.

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