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GOVT’s $5M ...

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Moves to set up ...

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A UNITED States (US) based Youths for Human ...

Premier Sade wants ...

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The Guadalcanal provincial premier Francis Sade ...

Call to replace ...

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THE Aruligo bridge in North West Guadalcanal ...

In Court with ...

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* Medical report in Renbel murder sought* ...

Court refused ...

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THE court has again refused a second bail ...

Police probe fatal ...

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POLICE say they are investigating a fatal road ...

Kuba angry at ...

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A PERSON living with disability says he was angry ...

TSI commends appeal

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Transparency Solomon Islands (TSI) has commended ...

FIRISUA RETAINS 10K ...

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Solomon Islands’ long-distance runner Sharon ...
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MPs WARNED ABOUT FUND

MEMBERS of Parliament (MPs) in the 11th House have been warned against the manipulation of the Rural Constituency Development Fund (RCDF).

Park welcomes Munda airport opening


VISITING Eagon Group of Companies Chief Executive Officer (CEO) has welcomed the opening of the newly serviced Munda international airport in Western Province.

Airbus grounded, awaits parts 

SOLOMON Airlines Airbus A320 was grounded since Sunday in Honiara after it developed a mechanical problem.

Opposition on Foreign Policy taskforce on China/Taiwan 


The Deputy Leader of the Opposition group Peter Kenilorea Jnr. welcomes the efforts by the Prime Minister and the Government to set up a bipartisan committee to look into the question of whether to shift allegiance from Taiwan to China. 

TSI lauds gov’t over $17M CT scan funds

TRANSPARENCY Solomon Islands has commended the government for listening to public outcry to resource the National Referral Hospital. 

Sade is new GP premier


FRANCIS Sade, Member of Provincial Assembly (MPA) for Sahalu Ward 2,is the newly elected Premier for Guadalcanal Province. 

WHY THEY SACK ME


Ashley claims axing politically-driven

$17M for CT SCAN

The Solomon Islands Government through a Cabinet decision has approved a sum of SBD$17.8 million dollars to design and build the complex to house the Computer Tomography (CT) scan machine.

Locals graduate from Taiwan Uni

Four Solomon Islands students have graduated with flying colours yesterday, from the I-Shou University in Kaohsiung city, Taiwan.

Bus drivers warned

Commissioner of the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) Matthew Varley appeals to drivers of public buses to use bus stops merely to drop and pick up passengers and not to spend too long at the bus stops causing traffic jams in the centre of Honiara City.

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