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  • 06
  • Mar


THE High Court has officially opened a new courtroom, Thursday.

  • 06
  • Mar


A strange object floating along the Maramasike passage separating Small Malaita and Big Malaita has posed a threat to the lives of those who use the passage. 

  • 06
  • Mar


THE MINISTER of Health and Medical Services Hon Dickson Mua updates the 2019 coronavirus at the press conference Wednesday.

  • 06
  • Mar


Proposed ‘Justice Precinct’ on the way

  • 06
  • Mar


NEARLY $70,000 have since been raised in Gizo and Munda over the past month as efforts are continuing after the national Cabinet had made a nationwide appeal for Provinces in the Solomon Islands to assist with Bushfire survivors in Australia. 

  • 05
  • Mar


The people of East Fataleka in Malaita Province are calling on the national government and the provincial government to recognize the manpower road, which is currently in a poor state.

  • 05
  • Mar


COMMUNITY Residents Association (CRA) should be formed and given a place in land development matters says prominent Gizo resident Kenji Sato.

  • 05
  • Mar


Leaders of some of the Honiara based Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) in a meeting organized and held at the Solomon Islands National Council of Women last week, has condemned the proposed action of the Honourable Minister of Finance and Treasury, Mr. Harry Kuma, for attempting to solicit the $100USD Billion from China, without prior consultation with the Central Bank of Solomon Islands as reported in the Solomon Islands print media.

  • 05
  • Mar


PANELISTS in a radio Talk-Back show united on Sunday to condemn the government’s move to borrow US$100 billion in loan from a mysterious Chinese broker called Terry Wong.

  • 05
  • Mar

TWO teenagers have been arrested and remanded in custody in the Republic of Nauru following the death of a young Solomon Islander last month.

  • 05
  • Mar


HEAD of the Chinese Embassy Taskforce in Solomon Islands Yao Ming wants the Solomon Islands Government (SIG) to ease the travel restriction to allow their diplomat officials to travel to Solomon Islands.

  • 05
  • Mar

THE Office of the Prime Minister & Cabinet (OPMC) has rebutted a front-page story in the Island Sun newspaper, describing it as “‘irresponsible and misleading”.

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