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Djokovic hits back Says Wale, Mount claims absurd


Recent allegations in the Australian press and republished in local newspapers labeling Robson Djokovic as a convicted criminal are inaccurate, false, misleading and completely absurd.

SICCI acknowledge PM’s recognition of the Chamber of Commerce


The Solomon Islands Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SICCI) acknowledges Prime Minister Hon Manasseh Sogavare and his Democratic Coalition Government for Advancement (DCGA) for recognizing the Chamber’s role as the main private sector representative organization in the country.

Habu: we win the hearts of the Pacific


MISS Solomon and the first runner up in last week’s Miss Pacific contest in Papua New Guinea (PNG) says although her team could not snatch the crown, they won the hearts of Pacific islands.

Axiom told to pay $7M to govt

THE Government has demanded Australian miner Axiom Ltd to pay $7 million over its alleged failure to obtain provincial business licenses from Isabel Province and for not providing annual survey reports for seven years.

Wale calls for sacking of Djokovic


OPPOSITION leader Mathew Wales has called for the sacking of the Chief of Staff for the Office of the Prime Minister and Cabinet, Robson Djokovic.

Express Pelican II resumes service to Auki


Express Pelican II has resumed its shipping service to the Malaita provincial capital of Auki this week after obtaining its business license from Malaita province.

Bina Harbour is a game-changer: PM

THE proposed Bina Harbour project in Malaita has the potential to move this country forward. 

APTC welcomes new Country Director for Solomons and Kiribati

The Australia Pacific Training Coalition (APTC) is pleased to announce the appointment of Ms Abigail Chang as the new Country Director for Solomon Islands and Kiribati.

Keana formally suspended

Maxwell Keana has been formally suspended from participating in all Solomon Islands Football Federation (SIFF) sanction competitions while his case is before the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) National Criminal Investigation Department (NCID) and the Oceania Football Confederation (OFC) Disciplinary/Ethics Committee.  


Officers of the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) have conducted about more than 200 sea patrols in the Shortland Islands and part of Choiseul Province in just two weeks from 14-28 November 2019.

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