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Humanitarian aid is never a crime, says Kenilorea

MEMBER of Parliament (MP) for East Are Are and Chair of the Parliamentary Foreign Relations Committee has reminded local authorities that “humanitarian aid is never a crime”. 

Chief Justice, Sir Albert R. Palmer CBE today received a consignment of books covering the latest legal developments across the Commonwealth. 

SOLOMON Islands Honorary Consul General to Canada and CITREC Chairman Ashwant Dwivedi has  commended Solomon Islands nationals working in Canada labelling them as "modern-day heroes."

Pamua is century old, describes Bishop Karibongi

THE Diocesan Bishop of Hanuato’o of the Anglican Church of Melanesia, Bishop Alfred Karibongi has described Pamua school in Makira as a century-old institution.

MUFA has new executive  

THE Makira Ulawa Football Association (MUFA) has elected a new executive committee with three of them being elected unopposed. 

NPF board pays off $60M gov’t bond

SOLOMON Islands National Provident Fund Board (SINPFB) says it has purchased the remaining $60 million of the government’s $120 million COVID-19 development bond on Friday 19 June 2020. 

In court with Assumpta

  • Sentencing submission for curfew case today 
  • Central island’s assault case continues

Suidani hits back at MFAET

MALAITA Premier Daniel Suidani has lashed out at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and External Trade's (MFAET) clarification of ‘Diplomatic Pouch’ as a piece of plagiarism that lacks credibility. 

Wale tells gov’t to stop dancing to China’s tune

OPPOSITION leader Matthew Wale has hit out again at the seizure of COVID medical equipment donated to Malaita Province by Taiwan on 11 June.

AG:  An act of defiance

WHAT led to the impounding of the Taiwanese supplied medical equipment was not because of the ‘suspicious nature’ of the consignment, but rather, an ‘act of defiance of a government decision’.

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