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6.3 quake fails to spark tsunami

A 6.3 MAGNITUDE undersea earthquake has occurred 107km West – North west of Kirakira, Makira Province at 4:02pm yesterday afternoon the Meteorological Services office in Honiara has confirmed.

LE’AI, KOFANA NZ BOUND


Eels duo to return to Scots College

Tourism facilities here ‘below par’


MANY of our tourism accommodations are well below standards, according to the Permanent Secretary for Ministry of Culture and Tourism (MCT) Andrew Nihopara.

VIRUS ACTION CALL


Gov’t urged to protect 
nation from coronavirus

Live band concert for Aust kicks off


THE first “Iumi Tugeda Fo Australia” live Band Concert has kicked off yesterday at the Town Ground Rugby Stadium in Central Honiara.

Local students in limbo await scholarship confirmation

RNZ: SOLOMON Islands university students left in limbo after their government suddenly switched diplomatic relations from Taiwan to China could be given some certainty soon.

Solomon Islands drops two points in CPI


RNZI: TRANSPARENCY Solomon Islands says it's disappointing but not surprising that the country has dropped two points in the 2019 Corruption Perceptions Index, which was released last Thursday.

Female MPA warns sea travellers


MINISTER for Women & Youth in Western Province Oelyn Muala has appealed to every transport owners/providers and the province’s travelling public to make informed decisions before travelling between islands by canoe.

Le’ai leads golden boot race

SOLOMON Islands young football star, Raphael Le’ai has made history as the youngest footballer to finish top of Telekom S-league (TSL) Golden Boot race.

Gaena’alu members Korea bound


A GROUP of 4 boys from the Gaena’alu Movement of Komuvaulu village in the Weather coast of Guadalcanal has left for South Korea, on Sunday. 

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