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  • 17
  • Oct

APOSTOLIC Nuncio to Papua New Guinea & Solomon Islands H.E Kurian Mathew Vayalunkal has paid a courtesy visit to Prime Minister Rick Hou yesterday.

  • 17
  • Oct

Police at Taro in Choiseul Province arrested a 19-year-old male person for allegedly raping a 6-year-old girl at Taro Station last week.

  • 17
  • Oct

POLICE in Auki Malaita Province have arrested and charged a 31-year-old male in relation to a wounding incident at Sarawasi logging camp in Small Malaita.

  • 17
  • Oct


CITY Mayor Andrew Mua has been accused of secretly hatching a plan to sell the site where Honiara Integrated Primary School (HIPS) is located to an Asian businessman.

  • 16
  • Oct


The president of the Peoples Progressive Party (PPP) Charles Dausabea is calling on the Governor General (GG) Sir Frank Kabui to exercise his emergency powers to dissolve the parliament.

  • 16
  • Oct


NO by-elections will be held in Temotu Vatud Constituency, despite its MP Freda Tuki losing the seat following last week’s High Court ruling.

  • 16
  • Oct


LOCAL businessman Dr Reginald Aipiais demanding the Ministry of Fisheries and Marine Resources (MFMR) to compensate him for loss of business and purported unlawful arrest.

  • 16
  • Oct

GUADALCANAL police are investigating a fatal traffic accident that resulted in the death of a three-year-old boy in the Charikulu area of Tangarare, in West Guadalcanal, on 11 October 2018.

  • 16
  • Oct

HONIARA Integrate Primary School (HIPS) has been ordered to relocate somewhere or will be forced  to move out from the land it is currently located.

  • 15
  • Oct

To take full advantage of Solomon Islands’ youthful population we need to make decisions on education, training, policy and programs particularly by building job-relevant skills that support entrepreneurship and innovation.

  • 15
  • Oct


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  • 12
  • Oct


National Fisheries Development (NFD) is facing a huge challenge related to fish piracy involving local fishermen illegally collecting fish from the fishing boats in open waters.

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