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Football edges closer

SOLOMON Islands men’s football team will compete with Vanuatu on the final day of competition to decide who takes home the gold medal at the Pacific Mini Games.

HCC to ban foreign owned buses

HONIARA City Council (HCC) will ban foreign owned buses operating in Honiara city.


Sharon vows to win three gold

Wate is new NPF head

Michael Wate has been appointed the new general manager of Solomon Islands National Provident Fund (NPF).

Inmates share gifts with families

Twenty selected inmates at Rove Correctional Centre were given the chance to meet their children and present them with Christmas gifts, last Friday.

DPP appeals Sae verdict

The Director of Public Prosecution (DPP) is appealing the High Court decision that acquitted Edmond Sae of former police commissioner Sir Fredrick Soaki’s murder.

Canon Desmond Probets Hall officially opened, Dean farewelled

Members of St. Barnabas Provincial Cathedral of the Church Of Melanesia officially opened and blessed the Canon Desmond Probets Hall yesterday.


Council wants no more foreign owned fish & chips restaurant

We each carry our own baton

Local entrepreneur MILLICENT BARTY is the winner of the 2018 Queen’s Young Leaders Award. Last Wednesday, she was invited to deliver a speech when the British High Commissioner hosted the Queen’s baton at his residence.

Melanesian festival dates confirmed

SOLOMON Islands will be hosting the next Melanesian Arts and Cultural festival (MACFest) in July 1st-14, 2018, to coincide with the country’s 40th Anniversary.

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