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Officers of the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) at Honiara City Central Police Station have arrested and charged two Honiara City Councilors for alleged intimidation during an incident at the Council’s Headquarters on 17 May 2020.

2 HCC councillors arrested


Two members of the Honiara City Council were arrested on Wednesday for allegedly intimidating Rence Sore, the Honiara City clerk.

Chief backs Vunagi’s comments on schools


A CHIEF from Falau community in Malaita says the statement made by the Governor-General (GG) describing schools as poultry houses perfectly fits the status of boarding schools in the province.

Farmer says DBSI loan hard for them


A FARMER says requirements for obtaining loans from the Development Bank of Solomon Islands (DBSI) are well beyond a rural dweller can meet.

‘Don’t back the Bill’


PREMIER of Western Province David Gina has called on all nine Members of Parliament (MP) from Western province not to support the new proposed Traditional Governance Bill.

Malaita engages lawyer to deal with seized supplies


MALAITA Provincial Government (MPG) has engaged a private lawyer to deal with the COVID-19 equipment from Taiwan seized by Police last week.

CURFEW TRIO ACQUITTED


No evidence their place of residence 
is within town boundary, says Garo

You are dodgy, Wale tells Minister Manele


OPPOSITION leader Matthew Wale says Foreign Minister Jeremiah Manele’s recent comments against him are “dodgy and misguided”.

Japan boosts Solomon's healthcare system


The Government of Japan is continuing to aid the Solomon Islands healthcare system under its “Economic and Social Development” programme in view of the ongoing fight against the covid-19 global pandemic.


Officers of the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force, (RSIPF) National Traffic Department checked more than 300 vehicles during a traffic operation conducted in Honiara during the nights of 12 and 13 June 2020.

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