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Wale dismiss PM’s probe call


THE Leader of Opposition Matthew Wale has dismissed the statement by the Prime Minister’s office that they are referring him to the police for investigation under the emergency Covid-19 regulations. 

Mua: Aust $44m health support to benefit all


THE Minister for Health and Medical Services (MHMS) Dickson Mua says the SBD$44million provided by the Australian government would benefit all the provinces including Honiara.

Garo rules she can hear case


CHIEF Magistrate Emma Garo has yesterday ruled that she has the jurisdiction to hear the curfew related matters.

Police yet to get report on: MISSING $2,000


DETAILS of a $2,000 that had gone missing under police custody in relation to a larceny case in the Honiara Magistrate’s Court is yet to reach the Police Commissioner’s Office.

Manele thanks Australia for help


MINISTER of Foreign Affairs and External Trade, Jeremiah Manele has thanked the government of Australia for ensuring locals who are stranded in Australia due to travel restrictions following the declaration of COVID-19  pandemic are safe.


Officers of the Royal Solomon Island Police (RSIPF) in Auki have arrested a 16-year-old male suspect for raping a 28-year-old female at Afetafa Village in Central Kwara’ae, Malaita Province on 7 May 2020. 

Police probe armed robbery attempt

POLICE at the Henderson Police Station are investigating an alleged attempted armed robbery incident that occurred at the Galego Resource Company Bahomea logging camp in Central Guadalcanal on 2 May 2020.

EXAM CLASSES RECALLED

All Honiara Schools to resume, May 25: Dr. Rodie

The driver of a motor vehicle involved in an accident in the early hours of 6 May 2020 in the centre of Honiara has been charged with three counts under the Road Transport Act.

Suidani: threat has no basis


MALAITA Premier Daniel Suidani says the threat the national government issued against his government has no legal basis.

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