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Call to remove wreckage

LOCAL farmers and fishermen coming in from the provinces to sell their produce and catch are calling on the responsible authorities to remove the two ship wreckage in front of the Central market and repair the wharves for proper use.

TSI: money the focus of elections

TRANSPARENCY Solomon Islands (TSI) says MPs should not have direct control over funds for their constituencies.

Preparations underway for 2019 census count

THE Solomon Islands National Statistics Office (SINSO) in the Ministry of Finance and Treasury is coordinating efforts to count every citizen in the forthcoming 2019 National Population and Housing Census.

Passport shortage affects students

LOCAL students preparing to travel overseas to undertake their studies this year have been affected with the current shortage of ordinary passports.

Murray appeal ruling Feb 25

RULING on whether or not the High Court can hear the appeal filed by the former permanent secretary for the Ministry of Infrastructure Development (MID), Henry Murray, will be handed down on February 25.

Saitala appeals to citizen

CHIEF Electoral Officer (CEO) Mose Saitala appeals to all citizens of this nation not to take the law into your own hands.

Strong winds, high seas hit islands


Axiom set to make first nickel export

AXIOM is set to make its first shipment of nickel ore from Isabel Province next month.

Manetoali’s bail varied 

Outgoing MP for Gao/Bugotu, Samuel Manetoali has had his bail varied yesterday in the Honiara Magistrates’ Court.

Minister says Mount a ‘desperate man’


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