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Pre-trial for Sikua

December 14th, 2017
Pre-Trial Conference (PTC) documents on the ...

RSIPF forensic ...

December 14th, 2017
Forensic officers of the Royal Solomon Islands ...

Opposition suggests ...

December 14th, 2017
AN independent commission of inquiry (COI) to ...

Dr Sikua: ...

December 14th, 2017
Leader of the Independent Group and Member of ...

Sogavare says ...

December 14th, 2017
THE Minister of Finance and Treasury, and Deputy ...

BIG TUNA HIT

December 14th, 2017
Soltuna exports first canned tuna products to US ...

HCC to ban foreign ...

December 12th, 2017
HONIARA City Council (HCC) will ban foreign owned ...

GOLD HUNT

December 12th, 2017
Sharon vows to win three gold By SIMON ABANAIn ...

Wate is new NPF head

December 11th, 2017
Michael Wate has been appointed the new general ...

Inmates share gifts ...

December 11th, 2017
Twenty selected inmates at Rove Correctional ...
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Pre-trial for Sikua

Pre-Trial Conference (PTC) documents on the matter of former permanent secretary for the Ministry of Police, National Security and Correctional Services Edmond Sikua is yet to be finalised.

RSIPF forensic officers complete advance fingerprint detection training

Forensic officers of the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) today 14 December 2017 concluded a workshop on fingerprint detection using chemical treatments and optical light enhance techniques using the Poli Light.

Opposition suggests COI into beche-de-mer saga

AN independent commission of inquiry (COI) to investigate the allegations of corruption within the local bêche-de-mer industry should be established.

Dr Sikua: Sogavare’s statement questionable

Leader of the Independent Group and Member of Parliament for North East Guadalcanal Dr Derek Sikua has labeled the statement by the Minister of Finance and Treasury on the transaction pertaining to the final settlement of the outstanding agreement with Levers Solomons Limited for the acquisition of Hells Point and Bloody Ridge and the transfer of 20 percent shares in RIPEL to the Government as highly questionable.

Sogavare says Opposition lacks understanding on bills settlement

THE Minister of Finance and Treasury, and Deputy Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare says the Leader of Opposition or whoever advised the Leader on the Government’s approach to settle the $204 million on outstanding bills grossly lacks understanding on the whole issue.

BIG TUNA HIT

Soltuna exports first canned tuna products to US market

Football edges closer

SOLOMON Islands men’s football team will compete with Vanuatu on the final day of competition to decide who takes home the gold medal at the Pacific Mini Games.

HCC to ban foreign owned buses

HONIARA City Council (HCC) will ban foreign owned buses operating in Honiara city.

GOLD HUNT

Sharon vows to win three gold

Wate is new NPF head

Michael Wate has been appointed the new general manager of Solomon Islands National Provident Fund (NPF).

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