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Civilians welcome ...

September 18th, 2019
CIVILIANS turned out at the Honiara International ...

TAIWAN TIES OFF

September 17th, 2019
• Taipei declares end of relationship • 125 ...

CBSI advises ...

September 17th, 2019
THE Central Bank of Solomon Islands (CBSI) says ...

DSE backs call

September 16th, 2019
The Development Services Exchange (DSE) ...

Plans to relocate ...

September 16th, 2019
THE Western Provincial (WP) Government is ...

Switch in ...

September 16th, 2019
Solomon Islands do not need a diplomatic switch, ...

Two new award ...

September 16th, 2019
The Solomon Islands Chamber of Commerce and ...

Appeal for calm ...

September 16th, 2019
THE Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) ...

ACoM enthrones 7th ...

September 16th, 2019
THE Anglican Church of Melanesia (ACOM) enthrones ...

Strongim Bisnis ...

September 16th, 2019
Strongim Bisnis, the Australian Government ...
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$433m infrastructure improvement project launched


A
new roads and aviation project worth $433M that is set to benefit the country was officially launched by the government and donor partners in Honiara yesterday.

China eyes SI resources



‘Can we manage China’s appetite for our natural resources?’

Kuma launches budget 2020



The Minister of Finance and Treasury Harry Kuma has launched the 2020 budget process on Monday.

In Court with Assumpta Buchanan

* Officer jailed for bribery
* Police questioned on delay of case
* Submission on armed robbery case

Equal partners

Dear Editor – In Melanesia, women are often regarded as inferior to men.

Quotable quotes

Dear Editor – The late Bart Ulufa’alu, former Prime Minister once said:

AGOVAKA: WHY WE MUST SWITCH



ESTABLISHING diplomatic relations with China may lead to a boost in the local economy, Communication and Aviation minister Peter Shanel Agovaka claims.

Kurukuru appeals

The country’s national men’s futsal team Solomon Kurukuru is appealing to all its supporters and fans to pledge and support them in their preparations towards the OFC world cup qualifiers next month. 

Taiwan youth ambassadors visit Parliament



THE visiting 28 youth ambassadors from Taiwan yesterday paid a brief visit to Parliament and the Speaker of Parliament Patteson John Oti.

Varley urged to act  

 



A CONCERNED man from Malaita is calling on the Police Commissioner Mathew Varley to act immediately and investigate allegations concerning his officers in Auki, Malaita province.

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