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November 15th, 2019
THE Leader of Opposition, Mathew Wale has called ...

PM returns from ...

November 15th, 2019
PRIME Minister Manasseh Sogavare has returned on ...

NPF’s credit bank ...

November 15th, 2019
MEMBERS of the Solomon Islands National Provident ...

GINA: PORTS CEO ...

November 15th, 2019
THE Western Provincial Government (WPG) is ...

Gov’t delegation ...

November 06th, 2019
AUKI PUBLIC  TURN HOSTILE By WILSON SAENI in ...

Advocating for ...

November 03rd, 2019
Bibao joins the show LOCAL music artist Lester ...

China warns its ...

November 02nd, 2019
CHINESE investors are urged to respect the laws ...

A STEP CLOSER TO ...

November 02nd, 2019
Kurukuru to meet Futsal Whites in grand final ...

Our support still ...

November 02nd, 2019
THE United States says it’s committed to fund ...

 Schools ...

November 02nd, 2019
FIVE schools in Honiara have completed a trial on ...
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Wale: Deal with Taiwan scholarship saga

THE Leader of Opposition, Mathew Wale has called on the government through the Ministry of Education and Human Resources Development (MEHRD) to quickly deal with our Solomon Island students studying in Taiwan, who are now affected by the decision to switch diplomatic ties to China.

PM returns from Australian tour

PRIME Minister Manasseh Sogavare has returned on Tuesday from his weeklong tour to Australia.

NPF’s credit bank approved

MEMBERS of the Solomon Islands National Provident Fund (SINPF) will soon have access to loan and other credit scheme.

GINA: PORTS CEO MUST GO


THE Western Provincial Government (WPG) is calling for the immediate termination of Solomon Ports Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Eranda Kotelawala over his involvement with Noro Port in the Western province.

Gov’t delegation receives unfriendly reception in Malaita


AUKI PUBLIC  TURN HOSTILE

China warns its investors


CHINESE investors are urged to respect the laws and people of Solomon Islands when doing business here.

A STEP CLOSER TO W’CUP



Kurukuru to meet Futsal Whites in grand final

Heavy defeat for U17



THE country’s national U17 team suffered their second defeat in the men’s FIFA U17 World Cup tournament in Brazil yesterday.

Our support still remains, says US 

THE United States says it’s committed to fund infrastructure projects here, including Bina Harbour in Malaita, despite the China switch.

 Schools re-thinking Plastic


FIVE schools in Honiara have completed a trial on the alternative use of single use plastic which aims to provide insight on how behaviour influences habits regarding waste management. 

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