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MMERE holds consultation at Gold Ridge


THE Ministry of Mines, Energy and Rural Electrification (MMERE) on Tuesday conducted a successful consultation with members of the land owning groups at Gold Ridge Mine site.

Taiwan responds to report

The Embassy of the Republic of China (Taiwan) in Honiara has clarified media reports that Taiwan has been put on notice about Government’s intention to increase funds for the constituencies.

Oti, Nasiu vying for Speaker’s post


Former Solomon Islands diplomat Patterson Oti and 10th Parliament speaker Ajilon Nasiu will be vying for the speaker’s post during the election which set down for today.

BLOCKED FROM EXAMS


Gov’t fails students studying in Philippine Uni due to unpaid fees

Agovaka’s verdict likely today

RULING into the assault case of the re-elected Central Guadalcanal MP, Peter Shanel Agovakais likely to be handed down this morning.

ACOM run schools to ban sales of junk, oily food

THE Anglican Church of Melanesian (ACOM) operated school throughout the country will ban the sales of all sugary and greasy (oil) food to their students.

11th Parliament 1st meeting Wednesday

The first meeting of the 11th Parliament is scheduled for tomorrow - Wednesday the 15th of May 2019.

Taiwan still a close friend: PM

Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare has assured a stronger relationship with its long-time partner, the Republic of China (Taiwan).

Sikua refuses to release machines


FORMER Prime Minister and Member of Parliament for North East Guadalcanal (NEG) constituency Dr Derek Sikua has turned down a request by constituents to use road work machineries funded under the Rural Constituency Development Funds (RCDF).

DCGA IS LISTENING

Your concerns have not fallen on deaf ears: PM

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