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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.


THE country has lost one of its national leaders who was called to rest last night.

SICCI: ‘Tourism an important pathway for economic growth’

Solomon Islands Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SICCI) welcomes the announcement of the first Solomon Islands accommodation providers to achieve ‘Minimum Standards Accreditation’ which the Chamber sees as a boost to the local tourism industry.

US evangelist visits east Kwaio

AN evangelist from the United States and his wife visited and blessed villagers of East Kwaio in Malaita with the Word of God and material goods recently.

New CSSI boss visits Gizo

The newly appointed Commissioner of Correctional Services of Solomon Islands (CSSI) Gabriel Manelusi had made a brief visit to Gizo, Western Province last Monday.

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