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Dausabea: Prosecute Shipping Grant heirs


CHIEF Executive Officer (CEO) of Indigenous Chamber of Commerce and Trade Solomon Islands (ICCTSI), Charles Dausabea has reiterated the call for police to arrest and prosecute all recipients of the shipping grant.

Gov’t warned of foreign advices


These so called rationalisations under structural adjustment programs pushed by the World Bank, Asian Development Bank (ADB) and International Monetary Fund (IFM) have not had the effect that was promised.

Father faces incest charges over daughter

A 36-YEAR-OLD father is facing two charges of allegedly committing incest with his 17-year-old daughter at Hirolegu Village, West Hograno, Isabel Province.

GUILTY OF CORRUPTION


THE former Permanent Secretary (PS) for the Ministry of Police, National Security and Correctional Services Edmond Sikua has been found guilty of three counts of official corruption involving more than $250,000.

Police rolls out nation-wide ‘Kwaso Action Plan’

IN an attempt to reduce the harm that the illicit substance of Kwaso causes to communities throughout the country, the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) is rolling out a Kwaso Action Plan under the umbrella of its Crime Prevention Strategy.

PM welcomes Australia’s new regional initiative


PRIME Minister Rick Hou has welcomed the recent announcement from his Australian counterpart Scott Morrison for Australia to establish a multi-billion-dollar infrastructure facility for projects in the region.

DBSI Bill before Committee stage

THE Development Bank of Solomon Islands Bill 2018 is currently before the Committee of the whole House after it was debated on the floor of the parliament, Friday.

Tikopia chief, delegation returns

A CHIEF from Tikopia and his delegation has returned to Honiara last Friday, from their two weeks mission to France.

Chiefs work to resolve land issues


FAUKWAE House of chiefs in North Malaita is currently working very hard to help solve land issues in the region, to allow development activities to reach the constituency.

SICCI: Resolve public transport impasse


The Solomon Islands Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SICCI) is deeply concerned about the public transport sit-in protest that occurred in Honiara City yesterday which has affected workers, students and members of the general public.

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