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All Honiara Schools to resume, May 25: Dr. Rodie

The driver of a motor vehicle involved in an accident in the early hours of 6 May 2020 in the centre of Honiara has been charged with three counts under the Road Transport Act.

Suidani: threat has no basis

MALAITA Premier Daniel Suidani says the threat the national government issued against his government has no legal basis.

Australia release $71M COVID-19 support 

THE Australian Government has provided additional funding support of $71 Million to help Solomon Islands implement its health and economic response to COVID-19.

$70m for recovery measures 

A TOTAL of $70 million is allocated for immediate recovery measures 2 under the Economic Stimulus Package third component to address the impacts of COVID-19 pandemic on the country’s economy.

Gov’t told to reconsider ‘suspension’ threat

A GOVERNMENT threat to suspend Malaita Provincial government is a slap on the face of the people of Malaita and their premier.

PM on -4.9% GDP decline prediction  

PRIME Minister Manasseh Sogavare says preliminary predictions by CBSI and the Ministry of Finance indicate that Covid-19 is ‘likely to have a considerable negative impact on the economy’.  

Marau hails team work

MEMBER of Parliament for Ulawa Ugi Constituency William Bradford Marau has praised the teamwork that resulted in the successful opening and blessing of three church projects on Ulawa Island.

RSIPF investigates fatal accident in Guadalcanal Province

Officers of the Royal Solomon Island Police Force (RSIPF) at the Henderson Police Station are investigating a fatal accident involving a RAV4 vehicle which resulted in the death of a 30-year-old male person in the Henderson area East of Honiara on 4 May 2020.

Abae hits back

Sore, Mamae must tell the truth, he urges

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