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Pre-polling held ...

March 22nd, 2019
A FIRST ever pre-polling was successfully carried ...

SICCI hosts AGM, ...

March 22nd, 2019
THE Solomon Islands Chamber Commerce and Industry ...

New medical complex ...

March 22nd, 2019
People of Rennell and Bellona Province (Renbel) ...

KOICA hands over ...

March 21st, 2019
It was on December of 2017 that KOICA presented ...

Kenilorea Jnr: Our ...

March 21st, 2019
Solomon Islands United Party President Peter ...

Overseas journos ...

March 21st, 2019
INTERNATIONAL journalists were banned from ...

Sogavare: we leave ...

March 21st, 2019
THE Democratic Coalition for Change Government ...

MP’s tax-free to be ...

March 20th, 2019
ABC: For the first time in four years, Member of ...

Kwaita vows to ...

March 20th, 2019
CONTESTING candidate for West Honiara ...

Kimi new census ...

March 20th, 2019
DOUGLAS Kimi who is the Government Statistician ...
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Kimi new census chief

DOUGLAS Kimi who is the Government Statistician is now the new 2019 National Census Commissioner.

1,041 polling stations set up across nation

CARETAKER Prime Minister Rick Hou has announced that a total of 1,041 polling stations will be set up across the country for the April 3 polls.

Kenilorea: 2019 Elections a crucial one


LEADER of United Party (UP) Peter Kenilorea Junior says the 2019 National General Election is a crucial one for Solomon Islands given the first election to be held after RAMSI’s departure.

Murray to be sentenced March 29

THE former permanent secretary for the Ministry of Infrastructure Development (MID), Henry Murray will be sentenced on March 29.

Wong is a foreigner, says DPP Talasasa


THE witness in the fraud trial of the outgoing MP for Savo/Russell Constituency, Dickson Mua, is a foreign national.

HOU EYES 3RD TERM


Caretaker PM confident of securing seat

Accused died after long illness


CASE ENDS SUDDENLY

Kemakeza loses ‘Sir’

Former PM stripped of knighthood title

Oil spill ruins MPA 

THE Marine Protected Area (MPA) at Lavangu Bay was completely destroyed by spilled oil from the wrecked MV Solomon Trader that runs aground inside the MPA boundary. 

Life inspires me!


For International Women’s Day 2019, get to know some of the women driving change and increasing equality across the Pacific Islands. MILLICENT BARTY is the Chair of the Solomon Islands Young Entrepreneurs Council, as well as a Designer, and the manager of YHER Pacific, an initiative to tackle youth unemployment. She spoke to World Bank media:

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