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GOVT’s $5M ...

July 18th, 2019
The Office of the Prime Minister and Cabinet ...

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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BILIKIKI DOWN, NOT OUT

Tahiti too strong for our boys

GOV’T TO LIMIT PAs


Appointees to sign contracts next week

NEW ADVISER TO MAYOR?

Sore may get new role in city council

Dausabea: We do not need foreigner to run poultry here

Indigenous Chamber of Commerce Trade and Industry for Solomon Islands (ICCTISI) Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Charles Dausabea is calling on Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare to consider indigenous Solomon Islanders in its plan to invest in poultry. 

Marine disaster looms for Namuga

THE marine ecological system in Star Harbour will be highly polluted and destroyed if nothing is done to remove the sunken MV Takana from Namuga in East Makira last week.

PM meets Singapore’s envoy 

PRIME Minister Manasseh Sogavare has received a courtesy visit from Singapore’s Ambassador to the Pacific Island Forum, His Excellency Verghese Matthews at the Office of the Prime Minister and Cabinet on Monday.

GOV’T, SFA PAY FOR CHINA TRIP


THE Government and Solomon Forest Association (SFA) jointly funded the controversial government trip to China.

Building road humps is illegal: Varley


BUILDING or putting humps along the road to slow down traffic is unlawful, says Police Commissioner Mathew Varley.

Bilikiki out to reclaim supremacy


Solomon Islands have been the first real beach soccer force in Oceania bringing the region worldwide attention in 2006 when they became the first team to fly the OFC flag at a FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup.

Naka vows to do utmost best

 


Solomon Islands national beach soccer team might not be competing in an official beach soccer tournament for almost six years but the 2013 Oceania champions are back in this year's beach soccer world cup qualifiers edition. 

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