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SUSPICIOUS SACKING

June 01st, 2020
Abae accuses Sore for unfair removal of HCC ...

178 repatriated ...

June 01st, 2020
THE 178 repatriated individuals who have recently ...

Govt welcomes ...

June 01st, 2020
PRIME Minister Manasseh Sogavare said his ...

SORE MUST GO: ...

June 01st, 2020
HONIARA resident Stephen Maki says city clerk ...

Wale calls on ...

June 01st, 2020
The Leader of Opposition, Hon. Matthew Wale calls ...

HCC shake-up

May 31st, 2020
Councillors’ ploy to destabilise Mamae-gov’t ...

FIRST TEST NEGATIVE

May 30th, 2020
THE first in-country testing for COVID-19 has ...

PM clarifies ...

May 30th, 2020
PRIME Minister Manasseh Sogavare has clarified ...

Mangau denies ...

May 30th, 2020
POLICE have denied receiving information relating ...

Gov’t told to act ...

May 29th, 2020
THE Malaita Provincial Government is calling on ...
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Locals stranded in the US


EIGHT young Solomon Islanders who have been attending a one-year International Leadership Program in the United States are still stranded in the State of Georgia.

Why no masks?


WHILST the arrival of the stranded nationals at the Henderson International Airport sends ripples of uneasiness amongst the public, some government officials are seen on the tarmac without protective gear especially masks.

Stranded nationals back, straight to ‘Q’ centres

NATIONALS stranded in Australia has managed to touch down safely at the Honiara International Airport at Henderson from Brisbane and headed straight to the quarantine centres, Tuesday.

Final petition dismissed


WEST Are’are Member of Parliament John Maneniaru has retained his seat after the petition lodged against him was dismissed on Tuesday.

GRANT US OUR WISH


Premier Gina wants statehood now for province

Can we keep a COVID-19 clean sheet?


CAN Solomon Islands continue to maintain its COVID-19 free status after the arrival of the first group of stranded nationals in Australia today?

KURUKURU STEP UP

National Futsal squads head into online training

Police record shows traffic cases down


POLICE have recorded a total of 30 traffic incidences during the period 15 to 21 May 2020 in Honiara compared to the previous week when there were 38 cases reported.

SORE IS BACK


HCC Clerk clarifies alleged ‘fishy’ payment

Kenilorea: Public Service must not be sidelined


EAST Are’Are MP and Opposition member Peter Kenilorea Jnr has called on the government not to sideline the public service. 

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