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Police arrest 6 suspects for burning incident in Central Province 

Officers of the Royal Solomon Island Police Force (RSIPF) in Tulagi, Central Province have arrested six suspects in relation to a burning incident at Bola Village in Big Ngela on 12 October 2019.

PM arrives today

‘Brighter days ahead’

 

Four MPs already in Auki



MALA SUMMIT OPENS TODAY

Kurukuru ends with another close finish

THE country’s national men’s futsal team, Kurukuru has ended their second international friendly clash with another close match.

PM welcomes Chinese investors 


Prime Minister (PM) Manasseh Sogavare has stated he welcome chinese investors to the Solomon Islands. 

West celebrates switch with Chinese community



WESTERN Provincial Government (WPG) over the weekend celebrated the country’s recent  switch to the Republic Of China (PRC) with the Chinese community in Gizo, Western province.

WPIC completes historic audit report 



THE Western Province Investment Cooperation (WPIC) for the first time in over 10 years has finally completed and handed over its financial reports last Friday to the Premier of Western Province at the Premier’s office.

Guadalcanal to curb logging activities


THE Guadalcanal province through its newly launched strategy policy is looking to reduce logging activities in the province and monitor and strengthened the management of forest and natural resources for sustainable harvest and future preservation.

Famous ‘Faeni Dancers’ in Aust 



SOLOMON Islands famous traditional female dance group ‘Faeni’ is currently in Sydney, Australia to participate in the Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo.

Acting PM replies to CSO petition calling for resignation

 



 Acting Prime Minister Honourable Manasseh Maelanga in a reply to the Civil Society Organization (CSO) petition early this month calling for the immediate resignation of Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare, has clarified that by virtue of the Constitution- this is an unlawful approach which undermines a democratically elected government.

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