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Wale wants health minister removed

THE Minister for Health and Medical Services (MHMS) Dr Kaitu’u should be reassigned by the Prime Minister for neglecting and not demonstrating any sense of urgency about addressing the crisis in our health sector.

READ SI roles highlighted

RESOURCES Educational Advance Development in Solomon Islands (READ SI) is a local non-government organisation (NGO) working together with other partners to get more reading materials into primary schools and communities in Solomon Islands.

Dausabea urges Police to probe corruption

CHIEF Executive Officer (CEO) of the Indigenous Chamber of Commerce and Trade Solomon Islands (ICCTSI) Charles Dausabea is urging police to investigate corruption allegations rather than waiting for someone to lodged a complaint.

Extended objection period ends today

THE Extended Objection and Omission period of the Voter Registrants will end today 29th November 2018.


They spent $4M a year on lavish lunches to feed their members

PS lied to PAC: Gov’t Lawyers

‘Time ticking on strike notice’


Rodie: Std 6 exam is no longer serving its purpose

$5m ABD grant to support SI

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has approved a $5 million policy-based grant to support the efforts of the Government of Solomon Islands to implement policy and institutional reforms to progressively improve fiscal sustainability, business climate, public financial management, and service delivery.

Journos told: Do more probing stories

LOCAL journalists attending a week-long Anti-Corruption Reporting, Promotion of Integrity, Transparency and Accountability training in Honiara were being told to write more investigative stories.

Suavanao airfield in Isabel reopened

Suavanao Airfield in Isabel Province was re-opened last Saturday following the successful rehabilitation of the airport’s deteriorating runway which has forced the Government to close it in September this year.

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