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Malaita plans 1 week liquor ban


MALAITA intends to impose a liquor ban three days before polling day and four days after.

International election observers arriving


INTERNATIONAL electoral observers are starting to fly into the country to observe the first Solomon Islands National General Election (NGE) since the RAMSI left the country in 2017.

Death certificate wanted in court


CHIEF Justice Sir Albert Palmer has ordered the death certificate of late John Biliki, who was charged in connection with the $10 million scandal in the Ministry of Health and Medical Services, to be provided to the court.

Panga case back in court


THE matter of the former Guadalcanal premier Stephen Panga, who faces a charge of abuse of office, will return to court again, April 8.

Varley conducts brief visit to West

Police Commissioner Mathew Varley successfully conducted a half day visit to the Western Province on Tuesday.

PM’s OFFICE LEAKING

Staff told to work from home

Suspects in sea robbery on bail

Four of the men accused of robbing two Chinese businessmen at sea between Guadalcanal and Gela early this year have been released on bail.

No mobile phones at polling stations


USE of mobile phones inside polling stations on election day next will not be permitted.

Archbishop Takeli retires, farewelled


The sixth Archbishop of the Anglican Church Melanesia and the Bishop of the Diocese of Central Melanesia (DOCM), the Most Reverend George Angus Takeli is retiring from official Church duty.

SIEC on MOI, Temotu Vatud passengers


THE Solomon Islands Electoral Commission (SIEC) will not allow passengers from Malaita Outer Island (MOI) and Temotu Vatud to travel in any ships chartered by the electoral office to these two places before the polling day.

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