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Gov’t releases people from quarantine centres

Gov’t supports decision to suspend USP chief


THE government has supported the decision to suspend the University of South Pacific (USP)’s Vice-Chancellor and President, Professor Pal Ahluwalia.

NGATI: IT’S POLITICS


Councillor says arrest 
politically motivated

Gov’t urged not to extend SOE period


OPPOSITION leader Matthew Wale calls on the Government not to extend the state of emergency (SOE) period, which expires on July 25.

Fatal ferry probe almost complete 

POLICE investigation into the fatal ferry accident that resulted in 27 passengers losing their lives in April is almost completed.

SOLOMON ISLANDS WINS UNITED NATIONS SEAT

Foreign Minister, Hon Jeremiah Manele, announces that the Solomon Islands wins seat on United Nations Economic and Social Council for the term 2021 - 2023.


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.

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