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October 01st, 2020
  PREMIER Daniel Suidani – Malaita’s most vocal ...

ITS 3.7%

October 01st, 2020
NPF announces 3.7% credit rating with $95m paid ...

Wale slams PM over ...

September 30th, 2020
Opposition Leader, Hon. Matthew Wale has slammed ...

Police “Blue Ribbon ...

September 30th, 2020
The Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) ...

SINU saga

September 30th, 2020
‘Where is TSI?’ By ANDREW FANASIANewsroom, ...

NPF interest ...

September 30th, 2020
THE Solomon Islands National Provident Fund ...

Firimolea guilty of ...

September 30th, 2020
THE court has on Tuesday found Frank Firimolea ...


September 30th, 2020
Welcome home as students’ flight from Philippines ...

Call to defend tubi

September 29th, 2020
The leader of the Opposition has called on the ...

PM: airports ...

September 29th, 2020
PRIME Minister (PM) Manasseh Sogavare says ...


Our Telekom banana road race, a success

Henry Palusi, of East Wainoni in Makira snatched a gold medal and a trophy during the Our Telekom Banana 8 kilometer road race, Friday.

Literacy for sustainable future

Dear Editor - Perhaps it is essential to voice out concerns and view with regards to the work and pathway of literacy in the country.

Pot holes at KGVI

Dear Editor – I wish to thank the contractor for the repair works of the road section in front of Our Telekom red house at Ranadi, East Honiara.

Cruise ship workshop held

SOUTH Pacific Tourism Organisation (SPTO) has organised a one day cruise ship workshop at Heritage Park Hotel on Monday.

Small Island nations kick off PIF talks in PNG

PORT MORESBY, (AAP) - Seven small island nations are set for a pre-game huddle ahead of taking a do or die message to their big Pacific neighbours on climate change at official talks in Papua New Guinea this week.

Christafari to tour Honiara

GOSPEL sensational Reggae band, Christafari will be touring Honiara next month.

Archbishop retires from pastoral duties

The Archbishop of the Church of Melanesia Most Reverend David Vunagi officially retired yesterday after serving six years as the head of the church during a farewell service at St Barnabas Cathedral last Sunday.

Unfair UN deployment

Dear Editor – Please allows space to cast my views on the unfair United Nations (UN) Peace Keeping Deployment selection process for RSIPF. 

Schools these days

No longer meaningful these days

Land reform

Dear Editor – I wish to comment on the Ten Steps for Successful Land Reform stated by McDonnell published on your paper on the 27th of August 2015.