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124 graduated from quarantine centre

THE 124 out of the 328 people who arrived last week and served their quarantine period at centres have already graduated from the centres, Monday.

Councilors’ case adjourned 

THE case of the two Honiara City Councilors accused of intimidating Honiara City Clerk Rence Sore at the Councils headquarters has been adjourned to tomorrow.

Judgement for former MP’s case

FORMER Central Makira Member of Parliament (MP) accused of misusing more than $200,000 intended for his constituents in 2012 and 2013 will finally know his fate tomorrow.

New morgue needs attention

THE unhygienic environment in the newly built morgue at the National Referral Hospital (NRH) needs to be seriously looked into by the Ministry of Health and Medical Services and responsible authorities.

A male person in his late 20s died in a tragic accident in the Lungga area east of Honiara last Saturday 11 July 2020 after the motor vehicle he was driving ran into the boom gate.

Koloale wins pre-season 

KOLOALE women’s football team is the winner of the women’s pre-season tournament which ended over the weekend.

DCGA commits to project

THE national government remains committed to the Bina Harbor tuna processing plant project regardless of the COVID-19 global pandemic.

Suidani calls for cheaper electricity for Auki-Bina corridor


USP commits to 4th campus

THE University of the South Pacific (USP) has reiterated its commitment to build the USP 4th campus in Solomon Islands.

MAL committed to support economic growth through partnership 

The Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock (MAL) has reaffirmed its commitment to support the growth of the country’s economy through partnership.

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