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MEMBER of Parliament for East Honiara has denied claims he introduced a new system of relief support which require victims to hand in their voter ID cards in exchange for relief assistance.

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VOTER registration has been extended in certain areas for another 14 days.

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REPORTS from an assessment conducted at various flood stricken villages in the Guadalcanal plains revealed that the lack of transportation access and communication are preventing flood victims there from receiving relief aid and evacuation.

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AN accused charged with murder following a killing in East Guadalcanal in 2010 has had his case further adjourned to April 23.

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SOLOMON Islands communities and residents in Australia have begun packing and putting together goods to send to flood victims in Honiara.

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THE Public Solicitor’s Office (PSO) has been requested to give explanations as to why its lawyers have not visited and provide legal representation to remandees at the Rove Correctional Centre.

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AUSTRALIA dispatched a team of 33 police officers last night to help secure Gold Ridge mine site as operators St Barbara reportedly abandoned the mine in the wake of last week’s flood disaster.

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THE body of late Dwaine Tigulu, Honiara City Councillor who passed away early this week after a long illness was last night taken for burial at his home village on Rannoggah, Western province.

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A TOTAL of 500 booklets of the National Youth Policy were handed to the Ministry of Women Youth Children and Family Affairs during a brief handover ceremony in Honiara, Tuesday.

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THE Member of Parliament for South Guadalcanal, David Day Pacha says the Solomon Islands Ports Authority (SIPA) should build a proper passenger terminal at Point Cruz Wharf in Honiara.

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THE People’s Alliance Party has been told students from the Solomon Islands National University have sent out appeal letters to Members of Parliament to help meet their tuition fees and allowances.

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AN Anglican priest of the Church of Melanesia, Father Benedict Garemane says now the Solovisu Program has ended on the Weather-Coast, a new one should start on North and Central Guadalcanal.