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Road blocks in Honiara today

POLICE in Honiara will set up a road block this afternoon from the main market underpass to South Pacific Oil Refilling Station road junction and also from the Provincial Press road to the Rock Haven upper road.

TAIWAN TIES FIRM

PM assures Taipei of loyalty

Man fined $10,000 for brewing kwaso

A MAN who pleaded guilty to brewing kwaso (homebrew) at his premises at Fishing Village, east Honiara, has been fined $10,000 on Tuesday.

Luaniua denied health services



LACK of medical services due to an incomplete clinic on Luaniua in the Ontong Java, Malaita Outer Islands is affecting the sick and has resulted in deaths.

Holy Cross' 450 yrs jubilee anniversary celebration this weekend

Catholic devotees throughout the archdiocese of Honiara will gather this weekend at Holy Cross Cathedral to mark the 450 years jubilee anniversary of the Holy Cross arrival in the country.

New garbage trucks for HCC

The Honiara City Council (HCC) Executive and Governance has handed over two new solid waste management trucks to the Works Division.

Important clash set for today

OFC: Having won their opening games of the OFC U-16 Championship by considerable margins, when Solomon Islands meet New Zealand this afternoon it could well be the encounter that decides the standings in Group A.

Le’ai optimistic to lead race



CURRENT OFC U-16 championship leading goal scorer and Solomon Islands deadly striker Raphael Le’ai is optimistic to extend his golden boot tally this afternoon.

Waita: A vital clash


THE Solomon Islands national U16 football team coach, Stanley Waita says today’s clash with New Zealand is a very important match.

No tsunami threat after quake

THERE was no tsunami threat following an early morning earthquake in Makira Ulawa province, on Monday.

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