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July 12th, 2020
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Makira and ...

July 11th, 2020
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ADB PRESIDENT, SI ...

July 11th, 2020
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Australia delivers ...

July 11th, 2020
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SOLOMON PORTS ...

July 11th, 2020
  SOLOMON Ports this week established its first ...

ACoM plans for ...

July 11th, 2020
ARCHBISHOP Leonard Dawea said that ACoM’s plan is ...

Djokovic’s ...

July 11th, 2020
THE file containing evidences of alleged breach ...

Fire causes big ...

July 10th, 2020
VERY important files and information of all ...

HCC addresses ...

July 10th, 2020
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July 10th, 2020
A Team from the government will be departing for ...
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Youth market wraps up with a bang from 56 Hop Rod

THE local stars 56 Hop Rod ended the biggest youth market ever with a bang at Rove Field, West Honiara on Saturday from their musical presentation.

Cash bonuses for our winning athletes

Dear Editor - I read with interest in the suggestion that consideration be given to providing cash bonuses to our winning athletes at this year’s Pacific Games in Papua New Guinea.

Ministers’ luxurious life-styles cost tax-payers!

Incurring cost which was not budgeted for by the government is a form of bad governance decision.

Govt’s felony against its own people

THE recent political and controversial decisions that the DCC Government has undertaken does not speak well of a Government that preaches change for this nation. The word change can only mean two things and that is positive change or a negative change from bad to worse.

Delite helps protect Solomon Islanders from disease

The Ministry of Health and Medical Services on Thursday has congratulated Delite Industries in undertaking the fortification of their flour.

Nauru court case delayed again

RNZI: The court hearing for Nauru's Roland Kun has again been delayed after the Nauru government refused to waive certain formalities for the opposition MP's overseas lawyer.

Miracles return after US tour

Local gospel group Miracle Singers of Kukum SDA Church in Honiara arrived back after touring the United States of America.

Team Solomon returns

The Solomon Islands contingent to the Pacific Games in Port Moresby Papua New Guinea (PNG) returned home last Sunday with their medals.

Westpac delayed

Proposed purchase of Westpac Corporation's operations in Solomon Islands by Bank South Pacific of Papua New Guinea has been delayed.

Teething issues at BSP takeover of Westpac will be sorted

SAMOA OBSERVER - With the paint barely dry on the new signage covering the Westpac brand, the Bank of the South Pacific (BSP) in Samoa has hit a small speed bump, according to customers.