Solomon Islands National News - Solomon Star News

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AS many as 26 former Members of Parliament (MP) in the last House are under active police investigation, with the arrest of two being imminent, sources close to the police investigation have revealed.

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SIX Nauru police officers who have undergone a public order management (POM) training program at the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) academy are into their final part of their training after successfully completed the theory part of the training on Wednesday.

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A PLAN is now under consideration to build a fire station within the Honiara city.

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The Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) has disciplined one of its PRT officers following a traffic accident at Kukum and Kaibia heights in Honiara over the weekend.

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TWO Guadalcanal provincial police vehicles have been badly damaged after they were attacked at Tetere over the weekend.

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The Solomon Islands Political Parties Commission (SIPPC) has so far processed applications for registration from six political parties.

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The Political Parties Commission (PPC) says the Rural Advancement Party led by Caretaker Prime Minister Gordon Darcy Lilo is registering to contest the upcoming 2014 National Elections.

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Solomon Islands National University (SINU) school of nursing lacks experienced lecturers to teach community based rehabilitation.

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CARETAKER Minister of Education and Human Resource Development, Dick Haámori suggests that Solomon Islands National University must prepares itself to be the ‘University of Choice’ where students can go to in order to be trained to function and operate.

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THERE is a need for new modern facilities and buildings to facelift the Solomon Islands National University (SINU) as most of the buildings are old, says Vice Chancellor Dr Glynn Galo.

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TWO firms have been awarded the contract to install non-directional beacons in five airports around the country.

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RENBEL provincial secretary (PS) has issued a strong advice to companies operating in the province to pay their license fees to the provincial treasurer or the PS and not anyone else.

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