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NO FISHY DEAL


CHAIRMAN of Levers Solomon Limited (LSL) Patrick Wong says there is no fishy deal with the handing over of $1.5 million cash and four tonnes of rice at Marulaon village in West Russell, Central Islands Province.

Second attempt


Ministry to bid again for defunct tourism project

Impressive start for Warriors


DEFENDING Telekom S-League (TSL) champions, Solomon Warriors FC has made an impressive start in the second round of the 2018 and 2019 TSL season.

SIMA remind Ship Buyers


THE Solomon Islands Maritime Administration (SIMA) strongly remind ship buyers who intend to purchase vessels overseas and import it into the country to visit SIMA office and follow the process there.

Qazobatu’s sentencing deferred

THE sentencing of the former employee of the Central Bank of Solomon Islands (CBSI) who confesses to stealing more than SBD$400,000 from the bank has been deferred to October 30.

3-yr-old raped, suspect nabbed

THE Sexual Assault Team (SAT) of the Royal Solomon Island Police Force (RSIPF) have arrested and charged a 16-year-old youth for allegedly raping a 3-year-old girl at Lengarauna Village, Visale in North West Guadalcanal on 19 October 2018.

17 drunk-drivers caught, charged


SEVENTEEN people have been caught and charged for driving under the influence of liquor over the weekend.

HIPS to file lawsuit against Dawheya

THE Board Chairman of Honiara Integrated Primary School (HIPS), Michael Su’arikeni said they are considering a legal suit against the woman who registered the school as her privately-owned business.

‘SINU NOT CLOSING’


THE Solomon Islands National University (SINU) has denied media claims that it will be closing soon, due to cash flow problems.

Betikama pioneer principal honored


Betikama Adventist College (BAC) family on Wednesday held a very successful memorial service to honour the passing away of their first principal Pr Lyndon Thrift who pioneered the College in 1948.

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