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  • 19
  • Jun

SENTENCING submissions on the case of the man who raped a disabled girl at Rannogga Island in Western Province will be made in the High Court, today.

  • 19
  • Jun

EMBATTLED principal of Mbokonavera Shool in Honiara has threatened to sue his staff who are staging a sit-in protest for his removal.

  • 19
  • Jun

FLOOD victims at FOPA village have been given until June 21 to vacate the centre.

  • 19
  • Jun

THE Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Culture and Tourism John Wasi has called on all stakeholders to seriously consider cultural development in Solomon Islands.

  • 19
  • Jun

THE Ministry of Culture and Tourism (MCT) has thanked local business Fashion De Hapi Isles for supplying the official outfit for the country’s contingent to the 5th Melanesian Festival in Papua New Guinea (PNG).

  • 19
  • Jun

Customs and Excise Division is taking a step forward in realising the ‘aviation project’ co- initiated by Brisbane based company Torn Parachute and local tourism training company Solomon Host.

  • 19
  • Jun

ABOUT seven million of the Pacific region's ten million people still do not have access to electricity.

  • 19
  • Jun

PEOPLE of Sigana ward in Isabel have welcomed the provincial government’s plan to improve the two kilometre road at Kamosi.

  • 19
  • Jun

THE Solomon Islands Electoral Commission (SIEC) says the first stage of the Biometric Voter Registration process has been a great success, with the new system detecting almost 6000 potentially fraudulent voter registrations.

  • 19
  • Jun

TRANSPARENCY Solomon Islands says it is encouraging to see an authority using its powers to actually enforce the law.

  • 19
  • Jun

VICTIMS of the April floods have questioned the government and its relevant authorities where the millions of dollars that were poured into the country for flood victims went and spent.

  • 18
  • Jun

RELATIVES of the Christian Fellowship Church (CFC) spiritual leader who passed away last week confirmed the Prime Minister was unwelcomed and forced to return upon arrival for the funeral service of the late Sir Ikan Rove.