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Eagon donates PPE


 EAGON Pacific Plantation Limited (EPPL) on Tuesday donated Personal Protective Equipment (PPEs) to the Ministry of Health and Medical Services (MHMS).

Suidani queries involvement of MPs, PMO in ESP awareness 


SINCE the Stimulus Package awareness team consists of officers in the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) and Members of Parliament (MPs), who will keep a check and balance of how the funds are disbursed, distributed and whether or not transparency and accountability issues are satisfied?

328 graduate today 


A TOTAL of 328 nationals, technical assistants (TA), and diplomats will graduate today from the quarantine centers. 

Wale wants thorough investigation


THE Leader of Opposition Matthew Wale calls on the Commissioner of Police Acting to commence investigations into the manner in which the recent traffic accident involving the Prime Minister’s Chief of Staff, Robson Djokovic, was conducted. 

Ngati accused of getting $40k extra 


THE Councillor for Vura Ward Reginald Ngati has been alleged to have received SBD 40 thousand dollars, beyond what each councillor should have received as ward advisory grant.

Superbug under control

TESTS conducted on patients suspected to have contracted Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) or superbug have returned negative with the situation now under control.

$400 per inmate a day


IT costs the national government $400 per day to feed and meet the welfare of each inmate serving at the Correctional Centres around the country.

Ulawa better off with infrastructure


A leading motel operator in Kira Kira, the provincial capital of Makira Ulawa Province Noel Mamau has described Ulawa Island as being better off with infrastructure development than other parts of the Province.


A Royal New Zealand Air Force (RNZAF) P-3K2 Orion aircraft is currently conducting three days of aerial surveillance over Solomon Islands’ Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ), a task coordinated by the Pacific Islands Forum Fisheries Agency (FFA).

New charge to ship dead body to Malaita

Shipping companies servicing Malaita Province through the Honiara-Auki route are being asked to abide by the Malaita Provincial Executive decision and policy when it comes to transporting dead bodies on ships to Malaita.

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