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RSIFP reminds public of liquor ban

The Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) is reminding members of the public, all licenced premises and all bars in Honiara City of the liquor ban that will come into force next week on 23 and 24 April 2019.

Police turn down request to protest

POLICE have turned down an application by a group of youth to stage a peaceful protest in Honiara in the lead up to the election of the prime minister on April 24.


Ruling Monday next week

Local businesses explore potential markets

Five Solomon Islands local businesses are participating in this year’s Pacific Trade Invest (PTI) New Zealand’s Path to Market programme in Auckland. 

New beds for Labour ward


THE Labour ward at the National Referral Hospital (NRH) was boosted this week with the donation of five new maternity beds to be used by pregnant mothers when delivering their babies.

More reports of NGE incidents with police

Police have recorded a total of 190 reports of incidents connected to the National General Elections (NGE).


Party president says they 
are not in any hotel camp

Tran hosts victory party, thanks voters

FOLLOWING his landslide victory during last week’s election returning Member of Parliament (MP) for West Honiara hosted a reception to celebrate his victory while thanking his more than 5600 voters.

New MP meets constituents

HUNDREDS of North East Guadalcanal constituents gathered at the Ruavatu Catholic Parish in North East Guadalcanal to meet their newly elected Member of Parliament(MP) Jamie Vokia on Wednesday afternoon.

Tuke praises voters for peaceful election 

WESTERN Provincial Election Manager Gideon Tuke has praised the people of the province for a peaceful election last week.

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