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Alleged armed, masked robbers wore police uniform

POLICE uniforms were worn by some of the armed and masked men who allegedly robbed a company at Ranadi, East Honiara last Friday.

Fewer nominations to date


FIFTY candidates have been nominated as of Wednesday this week to contest the 2019 National General Elections.

Malaita govt launch CITREC


MALAITA Provincial Government has launched the Canadian International Training and Education Corp (CITREC) program in Auki, Thursday.

Vessel’s crew accused of theft

OWNERS of Hilltop Institute in Auki, Malaita Province are calling on the Fair West Shipping Company to refund their missing items onboard MV Fair Lady last month.

Hou meets US govt’s MCC team


CARETAKER Prime Minister Rick Hou has met with the visiting team from the US Government’s Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) mid-week, in Honiara.

Dausabea unhappy with Payne’s visit


The recent visit by the Australia Foreign Minister Marise Payne to Honiara does not go down well with the People's Progressive Party (PPP) President Charles Dausabea.

Police arrest a man in Honiara for alleged electoral offence

Officers from the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) National Criminal Investigation Division(NCID) have arrested a man on the 12th of February 2019 for allegations instituted under the Electoral Act.

Improper rubbish dumping a concern


THE continuous negligence by the Honiara City Council (HCC) has seen increasing piles of rubbish being dumped beside the O1 White River bus stop in West Honiara.

Call to remove wreckage

LOCAL farmers and fishermen coming in from the provinces to sell their produce and catch are calling on the responsible authorities to remove the two ship wreckage in front of the Central market and repair the wharves for proper use.

TSI: money the focus of elections


TRANSPARENCY Solomon Islands (TSI) says MPs should not have direct control over funds for their constituencies.

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