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Bail refused for One Link director 

A BAIL application made for One Link Pacifica’s director Gerrad Tauohu has been refused yesterday, in the Honiara Magistrate’s Court.

BLP joins with SIDE Dive Munda to launch COVID-19 Human Capital Virtual Consulting

RSIPF arrests suspect in Munda for multiple offences

Officers of the Royal Solomon Island Police Force (RSIPF) at the Munda Police Station in Western Province have arrested a male person on Tuesday, 12 May 2020 for committing multiple offences at Sasavele Village in the Roviana Lagoon.

Call to respect provincial government protocols

The Development Services Exchange (DSE) on behalf of its Civil Society Organisations in the Solomon Islands calls on the government to practice the Do No Harm approach when dealing with provincial governments especially when it continues to advocate for unity amongst Solomon Islanders in light of the implementation of the State of Emergency Orders in the country.

MAL sign $2.4 M funding for hatchery and feed production

The Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock has signed another exciting project worth SBD2.4million dollars with Food Works Supplies Ltd for hatchery and feed mill services.

Suidani to Tagini and Ramofafia: YOU BETRAYED US

MALAITA has accused two of its national MPs of betraying the province when they invited and led a Chinese delegation to their respective constituencies early this week.

Ports: we are ready for COVID-19 lockdown

SOLOMON Ports says it is now fully prepared for any possible lockdown scenario as the Covid-19 Pandemic continues. 

Sale of betel nut still on at market

A GOOD number of betelnut and cooked food vendors continue to ply their trade with impunity at the Central Market in complete contravention to Honiara City Council’s COVID-19 Market Ordinance.

Resident wants HCC investigated

A LONG time Honiara resident John Kina has called on responsible authorities to investigate the controversy over the Honiara City Council fire extinguisher initiative.

Kabui clarifies changes to COVID-19 orders

THE Special Secretary to Prime Minister Albert Kabui has clarified the intention to amend the first regulation, which now becomes Regulation 2 after its gazette last week.

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