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$27K for damaging MP’s vehicles

SEVEN men who damaged three vehicles belonging to North Malaita MP Senley Fiualea at his Honiara residence last November have been fined a total of $27,000.

Trial, bail app next for firearm case 


THE trial on the case of the man accused of discharging firearm in March at Tinge, Honiara will commence on October 5. 

Suidani: let politicians deal with politics  

Malaita Provincial Premier Daniel Suidani urges the public in Malaita to get on with their daily activities and leave politicians to deal with politics. 

Students in Philippines COVID-19 test

THE COVID-19 tests for the 1st and 2nd batches of students in the Philippines have been completed.

Philippines repatriation

‘Gov’t on mission to bring our students home


On stand taken by nine Malaitan MPs on referendum statement

KOSSA on sixth spot

KOSSA FC made a huge leap from the ninth position of the Telekom S-league (TSL) table to the sixth spot following their 6-2 win against Malaita Kingz FC at Lawson Tama, Wednesday.

RSIPF WAN AGM highlights successes

Participating women officers at the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) Women Advisory Network (WAN) annual general meeting currently underway at the Rove Police Headquarters in Honiara have been told about the achievements of the WAN since it was established in 2004.

Makira Gold backs Real Kakamora 

The Brisbane-based Solomon Islands solar dried cocoa importer, Makira Gold, has sponsored Real Kakamora, the football team from Makira Ulawa Province, with two different pairs of soccer boots.

Donated tools, equipment from NZ boost RTCs

ABOUT 46 Rural Training Centres (RTC) nation-wide will benefit from various of tools and equipment donated by supporters of RTC in New Zealand.

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