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MMF: Malaita must push for self-rule

THE Malaita Maasina Forum (MMF) is pursuing for the province to become an independent nation of its own.

Forest Minister graces local farmers

Ministry of Forestry and Research Minister Ishmael Avui’s recent visit to Smallholder Teak Out-growers at certain areas in Western province gave hope to out growers nationwide for the support of the scheme.

Becoming an MPA at 34

AT age 34, Jimmy Daoni is now a politician.

MV Takana spills oil

SUNKEN MV Takana continues to spill oil all over the coast of Star Habour, East Makira.

Munda landowners want their dues paid

SEVERAL landowners in Munda, Western Province, are requesting the national government to settle money it owed them for the use of their land for aviation purposes.


Landowners question delay

Ten medals for weightlifting

WEIGHTLIFTING has kicked off Team Solomon’s medal tally with 10 medals in day one of their competition which started Tuesday at the Gym 3 Faleata, Apia.

Bintan accused of attempted bribery

BAUXITE miner Bintan Mining Company (BMC) has been accused of meddling in the Renbel domestic politics as a new executive awaits to be formed.

Oti lauds Commonwealth team for report

THE Solomon Islands Electoral commission (SIEC) Chair, Paterson Oti has thanked the visiting Commonwealth team who have handed over to him the 2019 National General Election observation report.

Sogavare: Nothing has changed

ALTHOUGH Solomon Islands has gained its political independent for nearly 41 years now until today not much had changed.

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