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Malaitan leaders urged to unite


A MALAITA man has called on both the executive and non-executive Members of the Malaita Provincial Assembly (MPA) to stand firm and remain united under the Suidani-led MARA government. 

Police officer probed after accident

Officers of the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) at the National Traffic Department are investigating a traffic incident involving a police officer driving a police vehicle at the East Kola Ridge junction in Honiara on 28 May 2020.

WORKING TOGETHER TO COMBAT COVID-19 IN THE PACIFIC

 

The Australian Government is working in partnership with the Pacific Islands Forum to contribute to its initiative to establish a Pacific Humanitarian Pathway amid global supply chain disruptions.

In Court with Assumpta

* Tasiu abductor to be sentenced today
* Avuavu murder case starts today
* $500 fine for permitting unlicensed vehicle

SINU RESUMES


A new normal for students

Veranaso celebrates feast of Pentecost


MEMBERS of the Anglican Church at Veranaso in west Guadalcanal have on Sunday celebrated the Holy Eucharist service and celebrations at the feast of Pentecost at the Headquarters of the Community of the Sisters of Melanesia (CSM).Archbishop Leonard Dawea, Father of the Sister was the preacher and celebrant at the Eucharist service.

Dissolve the HCC: Dora


FORMER Honiara City councillor Henry J Star Dora has called on authorities to dissolve the HCC over serious allegations raised in the media over the past weeks.

MARA conducted awareness at Radefasu


THE Malaita Provincial Government has reached out to Radefasu Community by conducting an awareness talk regarding the outlook for the Province.

Police investigate suspicious death of foreign national 

The National Criminal Investigation Department (NCID) of the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) is investigating the suspicious death of a 71-year-old Australian national whose body was discovered on his yacht anchored at the Mbokona Bay in Honiara on 29 May 2020.

Solomon Islands companies surveyed by IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, have all experienced an impact from COVID-19 on their businesses, with 89 percent of them experiencing a reduction in demand and 78 percent a reduction in turnover or cash flow.

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