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‘MOVE COULD BACK FIRE’


On stand taken by nine Malaitan MPs on referendum statement

KOSSA on sixth spot

KOSSA FC made a huge leap from the ninth position of the Telekom S-league (TSL) table to the sixth spot following their 6-2 win against Malaita Kingz FC at Lawson Tama, Wednesday.

RSIPF WAN AGM highlights successes


Participating women officers at the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) Women Advisory Network (WAN) annual general meeting currently underway at the Rove Police Headquarters in Honiara have been told about the achievements of the WAN since it was established in 2004.

Makira Gold backs Real Kakamora 

The Brisbane-based Solomon Islands solar dried cocoa importer, Makira Gold, has sponsored Real Kakamora, the football team from Makira Ulawa Province, with two different pairs of soccer boots.

Donated tools, equipment from NZ boost RTCs


ABOUT 46 Rural Training Centres (RTC) nation-wide will benefit from various of tools and equipment donated by supporters of RTC in New Zealand.

Gov't to deliver despite criticism 


PRIME Minister Manasseh Sogavare says his government is determined and committed to keeping this country safe from the deadly virus.

Wale calls for explanation of Mining Bill

LEADER of Opposition, Hon. Matthew Wale is questioning the ongoing delay in bringing the proposed Mines and Minerals bill to Parliament.

In court with Assumpta

* Extra marital affair case before court
* Men convicted of attack, arson at Lambi area
* Malaysian national found guilty

PNG, S.I robust relations


PAPUA New Guinea (PNG) High Commissioner to the Solomon Islands Dr John Balavu says that their bilateral relation with Solomon Islands remains robust as ever since the establishment of formal diplomatic ties on 17th August 1978.

PNG’s 45th independence day celebrated

THE Papua New Guinea (PNG) community in Honiara successfully celebrated their 45th Independence Day on Wednesday.

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