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Rough sea wreaks havoc

Ranadi shoreline in east Honiara has been awashed with logging barges, landing crafts, and a tug-boat – courtesy of the current bad weather.

PNG PM wins reprieve over misconduct claim

RNZI: A Leadership Tribunal inquiry into the conduct of Papua New Guinea's Prime Minister has been halted until the Supreme Court rules on constitutional issues relating to his referral.

Cocoa farmers want gov’t support

COCOA farmers in Ranongha calls on the national government to provide advisory and other forms of support to help them improve their farms.

HOH condemns killing of young girl

Hearts of Hope (HOH), a non-government organisation groups in Malaita has expressed sympathy to the family of a young girl allegedly stabbed to death by her brother in-law on New Year’s Eve.

Kopere back with third video

KOPERE band from Isabel Province is launching its third video album this month.

Landmark Plaza in action

THE newly built Town Ground Plaza is now housing a good number of businesses since its reopening.

Don’t forget the disabled

DEAR EDITOR – I am elated as any Solomon Islander with the onset and formation of a new government under the leadership of Manasseh Sogavare, but not for political reasons I hasten to add.

U-16 soccer team leaves for Oceania Competition

Team National under 16 team on Tuesday left the country for the under 17 Oceania Competition in American Samoa.

Hopes high as team leaves

HOPES are high amongst managers and members of the Under 16 soccer team that left yesterday for American Samoa.

Paralympics roll out training

The Solomon Islands National Paralympics committee is in an intensive preparatory mode for the Pacific Games in Papua New Guinea [PNG] this year.