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RSIPF to farewell Patrol Boat Lata 

THE Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) will farewell the Royal Solomon Islands Police Vessel (RSIPV) Lata tomorrow at Aola Base, Point Cruz in Honiara.  

Sanitation project for Pamua 


THE Anglican Church of Melanesia (ACOM) owned school in Makira Ulawa province St Stephen Pamua College has taken ownership of a new girls’ sanitation project.

In Court with Assumpta Buchanan

* Firimolea to take plea
* Disclosures for accused received

Tovosia on mining

MINES minister Bradley Tovosia says he’s well aware of the problems the mining industry faces and pledged to fix them for the good of the country.

Panga found guilty of abusing office


FORMER PREMIER IN POLICE CUSTODY

KAVA FARMERS BENEFIT



LOCAL kava farmers in the country are benefiting financially from the lucrative kava industry due to global demand.

Manele visits Taipei


THE Taiwan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) on Saturday announced a 5-day visit by Solomon Islands Foreign Affairs Minister Jeremiah Manele beginning September 8 amid speculation of a possible switch in political allegiance by Honiara to Beijing.

Rodgers: gov’t remains focus

THE Sogavare-led government remains focus as they continue to wait for the report from the bi-partisan taskforce on whether to switch from Taiwan to China.

Wale: MSG failed West Papua

THE Melanesian Spearhead Group (MSG) has miserably failed its members and the Melanesian people of West Papua who are fighting for their freedom.

Appointment of former lands chief condemned

The Office of the Leader of the Opposition has condemned and expressed concerns over the appointment of Silver Dunga and Fred Soaki to the Ministry’s Lands Board.

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