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Australia dismisses Island Sun report

AUSTRALIA has described as “incorrect” a news article the Island Sun newspaper published that claim they are further opening up their doors to Solomon Islanders.

In Court with Assumpta Buchanan

* Taremae’s trial starts today
* Men facing riot charges on bail

Ports equipped hi-tech LED lighting, CCTV system



STATE Owned Entity (SOE) Solomon Ports last week unveiled its hi-tech LED lighting system and CCTV Surveillance System at the Honiara Port.

Red dress run for women’s refuge



MORE than 50 men, women and children took to Honiara’s streets Monday night wearing Red dresses in the annual Hash House Harriers “red dress” run in support of women’s refuge SeifPleis.  

Irofinao back in court today



THE man who caused damage to the Coral Sea Resort in Honiara using a Backhoe Excavator last October will appear in court today.

3 brothers arrested for common assault

POLICE in Gizo, Western Province, have arrested and charged three brothers from theGizo Top hill area for alleged common assault following an incident on 6 September 2019.

US eyes Bina Harbour 



THE United States (us) is considering working in Bina Harbour, Malaita Province with other donor partners under the USAID program.

GIZO TRAGEDY



• Heavy rain cause havoc in Western Provincial capital

•      Mother died, husband, daughter survived

RSIPF to farewell Patrol Boat Lata 

THE Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) will farewell the Royal Solomon Islands Police Vessel (RSIPV) Lata tomorrow at Aola Base, Point Cruz in Honiara.  

Sanitation project for Pamua 


THE Anglican Church of Melanesia (ACOM) owned school in Makira Ulawa province St Stephen Pamua College has taken ownership of a new girls’ sanitation project.

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