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A man fined for illegal brewing of alcohol in Temotu

A man in his 30’s from Neo Village, Santa Cruz Island in the Temotu Province has been sentenced by the Lata Resident Magistrate on 26 November 2019 after being found guilty of illegal brewing of alcohol.

Community leader Shortlands calls on his people to cooperate with RSIPF

A community leader in the Shortland Islands in Western Province calls on his people to work together with police during the Bougainville Referendum as officers of the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) conducted awareness on 22 November 2019.

Anglican Sister who served here for years dies in Australia

AN Anglican sister who spent most of her religious life working in Solomon Islands has died Monday this week in her home country of Australia.

New dental facility here

A ROTARY volunteer dental team from Australia has installed equipment and furnishings for seven modern new dental surgeries and a sterilizing room, to establish a National Oral Health centre for the Solomon Islands. 

Man faces serious allegation for attacking his brother in Temotu

A man in his 40s in Temotu Province is facing a serious allegation of assaulting his brother at Naban Village in the Bekapoa area of Santa Cruz Islands on 21 November 2019.

Suimae hails waste management initiative

FRIENDS of the City President Judah Suimae says he really appreciated the ‘School Re-thinking Plastic Initiative’ program under the UNDP Waste Management Innovation Initiative in partnership with Solomon Islands Government (SIG).


A HONIARA magistrate has warned sexual predators, paedophiles or sex predators that they will face the music should they be caught in this jurisdiction.

WHO boss arrives today

WORLD Health Organization (WHO) Regional Director Dr Takeshi Kasai arrives here today to meet with health leaders and to reinforce the organization’s commitment to supporting the government to improve the wellbeing of Solomon Islanders.

THE Democratic Coalition Government for Advancement (DCGA) had announced its major government projects to be progressed in 2020.

Auga welcomes petition decision

MEMBER of Parliament for Lau/Mbaelelea, Augustine Auga says the dismissal of the election petition case against him yesterday shows his clean win in the 2019 National General Elections.

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