Solomon Islands National News - Solomon Star News


Australia supports promotion of new cruise experience

Solomon Islands Discovery Cruises and Strongim Bisnis, an Australian aid initiative are partnering to boost cruise tourism in three provinces and provide opportunities for small enterprises along the route to flourish by selling artefacts, food, entertainment and tour guide services to cruise ship passengers.

Auga praised for fixing road

COMMUNITIES in ward six (6) in Lau/Mbaelelea constituency of north Malaita have praised their member of parliament (MP) Augustine Auga for facilitating road maintenance since last week.

Japan envoy pays tribute to lives lost in battle

THE Japanese ambassador to Solomon Islands, His Excellency Shigera Toyama has paid tribute to the lives lost during the battle of Guadalcanal.

Bloody Ridge Park a true mark for peace, unity and friendship

THE United States (US) deputy chief of mission, Bernard Link says the concept design of the Bloody ridge national peace park is a testament to peace, unity and friendship, thanks to the government of Solomon Islands for designating the site.

In Court with Assumpta Buchanan

* Jailed for unruly behaviour, damaging properties
* Double murder trial defers to today
* Closing sub next on Sikua’s case

Book launch: Solomon Islanders in World War II

The Australian High Commission is delighted to partner with Solomon Islands National University (SINU) and Solomon Islands Coastwatchers Trust to present Annie Kwai’s book launch ‘Solomon Islanders in World War II: An Indigenous Perspective.’

‘We’re ready for business investment’

As the peak body representing private sector, the Solomon Islands Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SICCI) believes the country has so much to offer in terms of business investment.

Eyewitness: Lightening caught homemade antenna before killing mother

THE lightning that struck and killed a woman in her 20s in Baegu Asifola last in Malaita province last week initially caught a homemade antenna before striking the victim.

TSI hails MPs who develop their constituency

Transparency Solomon Islands (TSI) has acknowledged members of parliament (MP) who are recipients of the national transport grant category 2 [heavy equipment] who have bought the machineries to repair existing roads in their constituency.

Five charged during zero tolerance ops

Officers of the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) have arrested and charged five people during a zero tolerance operation (ops) conducted over the weekend in Honiara.

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