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SICCI: Resolve public transport impasse

The Solomon Islands Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SICCI) is deeply concerned about the public transport sit-in protest that occurred in Honiara City yesterday which has affected workers, students and members of the general public.

PM pays final tribute to West Kwaio MP

PRIME Minister Rick Hou has paid tribute to the Member of Parliament for West Kwaio Constituency Hon Peter Tom describing him as a man of great humility.

Minister threatens to repeal NTF Act

THE road infrastructure fund was awarded this year under the National Transport Fund (NTF), after the Minister for Finance and Treasury threatens the sources of the fund to repeal the NTF Act in parliament.

‘10 MPs cases active’

There are 10 cases involving Members of Parliament (MPs) that are currently under active investigation by the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force.


Transport services resume, Friday

RSIPF to conduct bomb blasting operations in Western Province

The Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF)Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Teamwill be conducting bomb blasting operations in the Western Province commencing from 15 to 19 November 2018.

Australia supports study to tackle gender norms

Women face serious risks in pursuing income because of restrictive gender norms, according to a report released today by Oxfam and the Australian Government initiative Strongim Bisnis.

Surfers call for inclusion

Western Province surfers based at Paeloge in West Gizo, Western Province want surfing to be included in the 2023 Pacific Games in Solomon Islands as one of the sports to be played at the event.

Lea’i will join team later

THE futsal wonder kid, Rapael Lea’i will soon join his colleague players for the Solomon Islands Ports Authority (SIPA) Futsal challenge currently underway in Honiara.

Thrilling futsal actions today

SIPA challenge enters day three

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