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  • Aug

Four masked men attempted to rob ANZ officers transporting large sums of cash to the ANZ branch at Guadalcanal Plain Palm Oil Ltd (GPPOL) one in Ngalimbiu yesterday afternoon.

  • 01
  • Aug

A SUBSTANTIAL share of the RAMSI aid package was devoted to consultation work whose results were never made public, a new and independent review of the mission uncovers.

  • 01
  • Aug

Prime Minister Gordon Darcy Lilo has joined Pacific Islands Forum leaders at the retreat on Peleliu yesterday during which they have also chosen a new Secretary-General.

  • 01
  • Aug

Solomon Islands Development Trust (SIDT) is preparing to engage in a nation-wide pre-election awareness and voter education throughout the country next week.

  • 01
  • Aug

The Solomon Star has been given until today to file its defence in relation to the defamation suit taken up by the Prime Minister Gordon Darcy Lilo.

  • 01
  • Aug

ATTORNEY General Billy Titiulu says he hopes to initiate talks with his Fijian counterparts to resolve the air service dispute currently raging between the two countries when he returns home.

  • 01
  • Aug

Information sharing can empower and transform people’s mindset on important issues.

  • 01
  • Aug

The stand-off between Solomon Islands National University (SINU) and lecturers association of SINU (LASINU) has finally reached a resolution.

  • 01
  • Aug

THE Royal Solomon Island Police Force (RSIPF) detective yesterday arrested another man involved in the ANZ ATM robbery.

  • 01
  • Aug

The two conflict parties involved in the Independence valley row in White River, West Honiara over the weekend finally reached peace during a reconciliation ceremony yesterday at central police station.

  • 01
  • Aug

Temotu province is mourning the loss of their provincial police commander (PPC) who passed away on Wednesday night at his resident in Lata, Temotu province.

  • 01
  • Aug

A total of twenty-one (21) rural training centres (RTC) in the country will benefit from training equipments worth five hundred thousand dollars for skills development.