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July 17th, 2018
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Seven drivers ...

July 17th, 2018
Police Traffic Officers in Honiara have made ...

$3.5M PLAZA DEAL

July 17th, 2018
SINPF to purchase Auki plaza By BIRA'AU WILSON ...

Garo on FPA ...

July 17th, 2018
The 2018 Women of Courage Award recipient, Emma ...

Dausabea on drug ...

July 17th, 2018
THE Peoples Progressive Party (PPP) has accused ...

PM on drug shortage

July 16th, 2018
PRIME Minister Rick Hou says the shortage of ...

‘SACK DALIPANDA’

July 16th, 2018
Opposition wants PS sacked The Parliamentary ...

Doctors call for ...

July 16th, 2018
HEALTH CRISIS By COMFORT MAENITHE Government ...

Salvation Army to ...

July 13th, 2018
A FIRST ever fundraising dinner for 'The ...

Missing man found ...

July 13th, 2018
  A MAN who was reported to have gone missing ...
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KENILOREA EYES 2019 ELECTIONS


Kenilorea resigns to contest 2019 polls

Fletcher Kwaimani helps amputees

It always been a challenge for most amputees in the country for not having a prosthetic limb and this has put them in a awkward situation most of the time.

Gearing up for election

OFFICERS serving under the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) have concluded four weeks of intensive training to prepare for next years national general election.

University’s fire incident probed

THE burning of a staff home at the Solomon Islands National University (SINU), Panatina Campus over the weekend is under investigation.

Call to return G-Hilux


The Western Provincial Secretary (PS) has requested the Ministry for Infrastructure, Development (MID) to retrieve the provincial vehicle which in the possession of the former premier.

Minister welcomes poverty report

THE Deputy Prime Minister (DPM) and Minister for Finance and Treasury was really impressed with the outcome of the first-ever report of the Solomon Islands Poverty Maps based on the 2012/13 Household Income and Expenditure Survey and the 2009 Population and Housing Census. 

Police News

* RSIPF investigates death in West
* Inmate charged for assaulting mate
* Man attacks wife, arrested
* One dead, police probe accident
* 7 youths sentenced at Kirakira
* Duo arrested for public drinking

CJ: Attendance is worth the investment


Judges and magistrates who are attending a week long judicial training this week have been assured that their time in attending the course is worth the investment.

12.7% LIVE AS ‘POOR’

AN ESTIMATED 12.7 percent of the country’s population which equals to about 78,500 people in Solomon Islands live ‘below’ the poverty line and are regarded as ‘poor.’

Battle against plastic pollution


Dear Editor
- The UK Government has earmarked 61.4 million pounds from the public purse to fight plastic pollution in the seas.

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