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More live concerts to come


THE chairman of the Honiara Band Association (HBA) assures live music band lovers in Honiara that they have plans to host more live concerts in the near future.

Domestic port transformation impressive, says Kulabule

HONIARA domestic port at Point Cruz in Honiara has improved over the last two years and sets a good example of a neglected facility that now turns into a more organised, and revenue generating source for SIPA.

Iroga joins media watchdog


Media freedom watchdog, PFF, the Pacific Freedom Forum, has welcomed a new Melanesia co-chair for the regional article 19 network.

Man calls on MP to quit

A Fataleka man calls on the current Member of Parliament (MP) for Fataleka, Steve Abana to quit politics following what he claimed as failing the constituents for the last three terms in office.

PM clarifies status of iron bars at CBSI

PRIME Minister Rick Hou has clarified the status surrounding the progress on iron bars that are stored at the Central Bank of Solomon Islands (CBSI).

Sikua denies unlawful act


THE Prosecution will be grilling the former permanent secretary (PS) for the Ministry of Police, National Security and Correctional Services, Edmond Sikua, today when the trial resumes.

Gina praises Gov’t for passing ACB


THE newly elected Premier of Western province David Gina has congratulated Prime Minister Hou and his Government for passing the Anti-Corruption Bill.

18 months for thief

A MAN, who confesses to stealing mobile phones from vendors at the Honiara Central Market and intimidated one, has been sentenced to a total of 18 months imprisonment, Monday.

South Bougainville MP supports NRH

Member of Parliament (MP) for South Bougainville, Timothy Masiu, has donated forty thousand kina (SBD$91,000) towards Solomon Islands PNG Association (SIPA) appeal for the purchase of medical equipment for the National Referral Hospital in Honiara.

Call to suspend fisheries PS, director


THERE are continuous calls to suspend the permanent secretary (PS) for the Ministry of Fisheries and Marine Resources (MFMR), Christian Ramofafia, and his director, Edward Honiwala, following the recent High Court judgement.

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