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  • 18
  • Jul

Work construction on the East Kwara’ae 13 kilometre feeder road that joins Atori main road to Aufasu (Kwaibaita) is now in its final completion phase.

  • 18
  • Jul

Villagers of Kwaibaita in the East Malaita have applauded Our Telekom for connecting them with the outside world through the phone calls and internet.

  • 18
  • Jul

A concern man from Vatualae in east Guadalcanal is appealing to police officers to step up their work by increasing night patrols.

  • 18
  • Jul

The Government’s low revenue intake for 2014 first quarter has raised serious concerns that seek explanation from the ministry of finance and treasury.

  • 18
  • Jul

A fifty-six year old man has been arrested at the Henderson market area, east Honiara for an attempted rape on a seven year old girl on Tuesday evening.

  • 18
  • Jul

The Government wishes to announce that Mr. Frank Prendergast of Australia is the new Commissioner of Police of the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force.

  • 17
  • Jul

The much awaited 2014 Aquilla Talasasa festival will officially open today at the Kennedy stadium in Gizo.

  • 17
  • Jul

The Solomon Island Visitors Bureau (SIVB) on Tuesday handed over a cheaque of $15, 000  to the organisers of the 2014 Aquila Talasasa festival set to start today in Gizo.

  • 17
  • Jul

The popular choral group established last year by the Solomon Islands Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SICCI), Solomon Voices will once again perform at the 2014 Solomon Islands Business Excellence Awards Gala Night scheduled for Saturday 30th August at the Heritage Park Hotel’s A’Hara Conference Centre.

  • 17
  • Jul

People in central Rannogah would today witness the official launching of the healthy village setting initiative.

  • 17
  • Jul

THE new medical operating theatre at Seghe area health centre in Marovo, Western province has saved many lives since it opened last year.

  • 17
  • Jul

The four core landowning tribes of the proposed Tina River hydro project have all signed the process agreement last Wednesday to consent to government acquire their land for the Tina Hydro development.