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Mangau: new patrol boat will benefit us


THE Australian Government newly-donated patrol boat will great benefit the police and the country, a top cop says.

Suidani reaches out to his people

MALAITA Premier Daniel Suidani has reached out to more communities in his province to clear the stance taken by his government on the recent China switch and the way forward for the province.

Auki cable landing station opened

DEPUTY Prime Minister Manasseh Maelanga together with the Premier of Malaita Province Daniel Suidani and the Australian Deputy High Commissioner, Sally Anne Vincent officially opened the Auki Cable Landing Station for the Domestic Network, Friday. 

B’Ville referendum dates confirmed


THE polling dates for Bougainville Referendum will start in Papua New Guinea as scheduled on 23 November 2019.

Measles alert

THE Ministry of Health and Medical Services (MHMS) is on alert in the wake of the measles outbreak in a number of Pacific Island countries.

Wale: Deal with Taiwan scholarship saga

THE Leader of Opposition, Mathew Wale has called on the government through the Ministry of Education and Human Resources Development (MEHRD) to quickly deal with our Solomon Island students studying in Taiwan, who are now affected by the decision to switch diplomatic ties to China.

PM returns from Australian tour

PRIME Minister Manasseh Sogavare has returned on Tuesday from his weeklong tour to Australia.

NPF’s credit bank approved

MEMBERS of the Solomon Islands National Provident Fund (SINPF) will soon have access to loan and other credit scheme.

GINA: PORTS CEO MUST GO


THE Western Provincial Government (WPG) is calling for the immediate termination of Solomon Ports Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Eranda Kotelawala over his involvement with Noro Port in the Western province.

Gov’t delegation receives unfriendly reception in Malaita


AUKI PUBLIC  TURN HOSTILE

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