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Lamupio returns to England

SOLOMON Islands young football player Clenty Lamupio has returned to England to continue with his scholarship with Star Football Academy.

New ministers sworn-in

Three Members of Parliament (MP) were sworn-in before the Governor General His Excellency, the Rt Reverend David Vunagi on Tuesday morning to serve as ministers’ of the crown.

Do or die 

Solympics take on Vanuatu in Semi

Government House refutes report

PRIVATE Secretary to the Governor-General (GG) Nigel Zagiri Maezama says the front page article in the Island Sun on Tuesday was misleading and contain errors.



CSOs call on PM to step down within 14 days

Wale fears worse from China switch

LEADER of Opposition Matthew Wale has blasted the Government for the statements issued recently to justify the switching of diplomatic ties from Taiwan to China.

Officers of the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) in Western Province have arrested and charged a 47-year-old male on an allegation of brewing kwaso at the Waste Water settlement in Noro on 29 September 2019.  

Kuma commends NPF

THE Minister for Finance and Treasury Harry Kuma says the Solomon Islands National Provident Fund (SINPF) has done a lot in terms of its financial and operational performance for the year ending 30th June 2019.

Makili slams Sasako

CIVIL Society leader Lawrence Makili calls on veteran journalist Alfred Sasako to stop misleading this nation about the Bintang Mining Solomon Islands Ltd (BIMSI) Mining $300 million injected into the nation’s coffers since 2014.

Poor turnout of youths at police forum

THERE was poor turnout of youths during the youth-police forum dialogue on Monday in Honiara.

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