Prosecution will be serving summon to an alleged rapist to appear in the Honiara Magistrates’ Court on July 8.
THE case of involving the more than $1.2 million obtained through the sale of fake gold bars is still before the Honiara Magistrates’ Court.
THE four tribes who own the land where the proposed Tina Hydro will be located have rubbished media statements made by their former Member of Parliament Walton Naezon.
A YOUNG man believed to be in his 20s was killed after a tree he was cutting down fell on him at Toro logging camp, Makira-Ulawa province.
THE Malaria Vector Borne Disease Control Program (MVBDP) will conduct a survey to find out the status of malaria in the country and control its outbreak.
GOVERNMENT officers working at the Maritime Division and the High Court (SIHC) were boosted with new official outfits on Monday.
ISABEL Province is worried that the delay of the Provincial Capacity Development Fund (PCDF) will affect the development and implementation process of the proposed projects for the province.
NINE schools in Honiara will be the first to undertake the eco-school programme project aimed at enhancing students and staff knowledge on environmental issues to become environmental stewards.
A FOUR-DAY training conducted by Institute of Public Administration and Management (IPAM) for all public servants working in Atori, East Malaita, is currently underway.
Ministry of health adolescent health workers are planning to organize a number of adolescent related activities in some of the existing communities in the provinces.
THE continuous overloading of vessels travelling to Honiara from Auki has yet again sparked concern not only from responsible authorities but also from the general Malaita public.
FOUR police officers and a chief of Atori, East Malaita, survived when their canoe capsized due to rough seas last week.
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