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Allegation against Tovosia dubbed ‘baseless’

Allegations of meddling in the Mines and Minerals Board decision against the Minister of Mines, Energy, and Rural Electrification Bradley Tovosia were baseless and lacked substance.

Rafa regains golden boot lead

HENDERSON Eels FC’s young striker, Raphael Lea’i is back leading the Telekom S-league (TSL) gold boot race with 10 goals.

SIFF office burgled 

THE office of the Solomon Islands Football Federation (SIFF) in Honiara was burgled early on Tuesday morning.

Malaita to get COVID testing machine


KILUFI’I hospital in Malaita Province is soon to get their COVID-19 testing machine as work is progressing well at the moment.

Relatives of the man whose dead body was discovered in the middle of the road in the Foxwood area on North Guadalcanal on the night of 13 September 2020 have come forward to identify him following a call from the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force early this week.

By-election date proposed

BY-elections for Central Honiara and North East Guadalcanal Constituencies are being proposed for Wednesday 18th November, if funds are available.

China’s passengers negative test 

ALL passengers from Guangzhou China flight have undergone their two mandatory tests since their arrival into the country fortnight ago and all their results have returned negative.

Wale slams gov’t

Prime Minister and the government have come under heavy criticism from the Leader of Opposition for the predicament that has befallen local students studying in the Philippines.


Rebuts report, says MPG account sits at $6million

Ngati, Abae PTC deferred 


PRE TRIAL conference (PTC) on the case of Honiara City Councilors accused of intimidating Honiara City Clerk Rence Sore at the Councils headquarters in June has been deferred to Monday next week.

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