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Border crossers quarantined 


AUTHORITIES in Gizo, Western Province have confirmed to have apprehended two border crossers who are now been placed in quarantine for 28 days.

In Court with Assumpta

  • Avuavu murder trial ends
  • Curfew trial continues today
  • Teen jailed for causing harm
  • Suspended sentence for kwaso brewer, seller

LAORE SET TO ACT ON HCC


Consults Attorney General for advice and directive

As a result of the current State of Public Emergency, the Government through a Cabinet decision this week has approved the cancellation of public commemoration of two national events – the Queen’s Birthday celebration and the Independence Day celebration.

Makira-Ulawa needs to be in the news


THIS is the popular view many leaders and educated citizens of Makira Ulawa Province hold.

RSIPF & stakeholders launch community COVID -19 by-law


Officers of the Royal Solomon Island Police Force (RSIPF) at Tulagi in Central Province together with other stakeholders in that Province have launched the Belaga Community COVID-19 by-law on 30 May 2020.


Officers of the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) in Auki, Malaita Province have arrested 14 drivers for committing traffic offenses during a two-day traffic operation in the town on 5 and 6 June 2020.

Makira suspends loggers’ licences


THE Makira Ulawa Provincial Government has decided to temporarily suspend Felling and Logging Export Licenses for five logging companies because they have been operating illegally in the province.


Solomon Islands Foreign Minister, Hon Jeremiah Manele, Calls for Unity of the Country in response to Malaita Provincial Premier’s Statement that challenges Solomon Islands recognition of the “One China Policy”.

Titiana evacuation centre opens


TITIANA evacuation centre and community hall were officially handed over to the people of Titiana by the First Secretary of the Embassy of Japan Yoko Asano, Tuesday.

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