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Honiara students meet, greets HRH


STUDENTS from various schools in Honiara City have taken time off from school to meet and greet His Royal Highness at the Lawson Tama stadium, Monday.

Police praises public behaviour during Royal visit


COMMISSIONER of the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF), Matthew Varley commends the good behaviour shown by members of the public in Honiara during the visit of His Royal Highness (HRH), the Prince of Wales in the capital since Saturday 23 November 2019,

Ocean Policy, Malaria Roadmap important: PM


PRIME Minister Manasseh Sogavare says the two launched documents, the Solomon Islands National Ocean Policy and Malaria Elimination Roadmap is very important for the government and the country.

Prince Charles pidjin praised


‘Crowd feel connected to Prince Charles’

Varley says strong system needed to fight corruption


OUTGOING Police Commissioner Matthew Varley thinks that the solution for fighting corruption in Solomon Islands is having strong rules, procedures and system of good governance.

Vai trial starts Tuesday


A TRIAL will start today on the case of the man accused of registering in several constituencies using different names.

MALA GETS TOUGH ON LOGGERS


Halts export of logs from province

Dr Transform Aqorau to deliver keynote address at BEA 2019


Dr Transform Aqorau will be the keynote speaker at the Business Excellence Awards (BEA) 2019 set to take place on Saturday 30th November at the Coral Sea Resort and Casino.

Remembering the fallen heroes 


PRINCE of Wales and heir to the throne, Prince Charles on Sunday laid his wreath at the Solomon Islands Scouts and Coastwatchers’ monument to honour the local heroes who died in World War 2.

Tovua knighted with ‘Sir’ title  


ONE of the country’s prominent leaders Paul Tovua has been knighted by His Royal Highness, the Prince of Wales yesterday at the Government House.

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