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Jailed for stabbing dad, son

THE use of knife on or against a human being belongs to our ancestors and the head-hunters and have no place in this country, says a Honiara Magistrate.

DUKWASI theater group put on colourful drama

DUKWASI Theater Youth Group performed a colourful drama based on the Bible story of Joseph and his amazing technique colored dream coat much to the amazement of Auki residents, Malaita Province.

Elderly woman loses her life in road accident 

AN elderly woman lost her life after a vehicle she was traveling on run over her and killed her instantly.


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Eagon donates PPE

 EAGON Pacific Plantation Limited (EPPL) on Tuesday donated Personal Protective Equipment (PPEs) to the Ministry of Health and Medical Services (MHMS).

Suidani queries involvement of MPs, PMO in ESP awareness 

SINCE the Stimulus Package awareness team consists of officers in the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) and Members of Parliament (MPs), who will keep a check and balance of how the funds are disbursed, distributed and whether or not transparency and accountability issues are satisfied?

328 graduate today 

A TOTAL of 328 nationals, technical assistants (TA), and diplomats will graduate today from the quarantine centers. 

Wale wants thorough investigation

THE Leader of Opposition Matthew Wale calls on the Commissioner of Police Acting to commence investigations into the manner in which the recent traffic accident involving the Prime Minister’s Chief of Staff, Robson Djokovic, was conducted. 

Ngati accused of getting $40k extra 

THE Councillor for Vura Ward Reginald Ngati has been alleged to have received SBD 40 thousand dollars, beyond what each councillor should have received as ward advisory grant.

Superbug under control

TESTS conducted on patients suspected to have contracted Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) or superbug have returned negative with the situation now under control.

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