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Pre-trial for Sikua

December 14th, 2017
Pre-Trial Conference (PTC) documents on the ...

RSIPF forensic ...

December 14th, 2017
Forensic officers of the Royal Solomon Islands ...

Opposition suggests ...

December 14th, 2017
AN independent commission of inquiry (COI) to ...

Dr Sikua: ...

December 14th, 2017
Leader of the Independent Group and Member of ...

Sogavare says ...

December 14th, 2017
THE Minister of Finance and Treasury, and Deputy ...


December 14th, 2017
Soltuna exports first canned tuna products to US ...

HCC to ban foreign ...

December 12th, 2017
HONIARA City Council (HCC) will ban foreign owned ...


December 12th, 2017
Sharon vows to win three gold By SIMON ABANAIn ...

Wate is new NPF head

December 11th, 2017
Michael Wate has been appointed the new general ...

Inmates share gifts ...

December 11th, 2017
Twenty selected inmates at Rove Correctional ...


Radiographers mark day

RADIOGRAPHERS at the National Referral Hospital (NRH) Radiography Medical Imaging Department (X-ray) celebrated the World Radiography Day on Wednesday.

Half a billion to MPs

THE 50 Members of Parliament (MPs) together received more than half a billion in a year, ousted Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare has revealed.

Lasi reaches out to Baegu/Asifola

THE Literacy Association of Solomon Islands (LASI) has recently conducted a basic literacy teacher training in the Baegu Asifola constituency in Malaita Province.


Charged with manslaughter

In Court With Assumpta Buchanan

Court rejects application to dismiss charges

Sogavare shrugs off Fugui’s statement on ACB

Ousted Prime Minister (PM) Manasseh Sogavare shrugged off statement by Member of Parliament (MP) for Central Honiara John Fugui, who argued that the Anti-Corruption Bill (ACB) should be delayed until the Traditional Governance Bill is ready.

Dame Taylor: Honor businesses of all sizes

It is vital that businesses of all sizes, including small medium enterprise (SME’s) are honored to note their impact on community development said Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat's secretary general Dame Meg Taylor.

[email protected] provides Start-Ups for youth’s businesses

Twenty two young entrepreneurs in Borderline, Green Valley and Burnscreek receive their materials this week to start their new small-scale businesses enterprise in their communities.

Contractors urged to perform

KB Builders contractor has challenged future contractors to live up to the standards and build Maoro Christian Community School to the best of their ability.

Maoro Christian Community School take ownership of new building complex

Maoro Christian Community High School in Central Kwara’ae in Malaita province has taken ownership of a new building complex that will house its first-ever admin office and library.

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