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Youths seek dialog with WPG

RECENT support openly declared by the Western Province (WP) Premier David Gina has prompted concerned youths of Western province to request an open dialog with provincial Government representatives.

Govt hails US commitment for help

A statement from the Office of the Prime Minister and Cabinet (OPMC) clarifies that under the DCGA ‘friend to all and enemy to none’ policy, the Solomon Islands Government welcomes the return presence of the United States (US) Government based on our shared values and historical ties that stretch back to our sacrifices together during World War II, and look forward to working in partnership as pacific allies for long term and sustainable development of the both the Solomon Islands and the region as a whole.

Gina’s statement rebuffed 

THE statement by the premier of Western Province David Gina in support of the government’s switch in recognising China over Taiwan was not welcomed by many people in the province.

Heavy police presence continues

Heavy police presence is expected to be still seen across the country, city and parts of Guadalcanal in the coming days.

Backhoe case sentence, Friday

THE magistrate court today will sentence the man who drove a Backhoe Excavator into the Coral Sea Resort’s reception last year.


PRESIDENT of the New Caledonia Congress Roch Wamytan this week met with Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare at the Office of the Prime Minister and Cabinet.

Census, platform team up for smooth operation 

A traditional dialogue to build trust and blend a mutual understanding between the Census Office and the Makira-Ulawa platform community was held at Hoto Village, Makira on Friday the 6th of September.


Suidani: switch to China, a blow to Malaita-US deal

Manele denies Opposition claims

FOREIGN Affairs minister Jeremiah Manele has refuted claims by the Opposition leader that the Prime Minister has ordered him not to meet with the Taiwanese delegation on Monday.

CSOs: rush to switch arrogant, undemocratic

Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) describes the government actions on the switch from Taiwan to China as arrogant and undemocratic.

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