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17 drunk-drivers caught, charged

SEVENTEEN people have been caught and charged for driving under the influence of liquor over the weekend.

HIPS to file lawsuit against Dawheya

THE Board Chairman of Honiara Integrated Primary School (HIPS), Michael Su’arikeni said they are considering a legal suit against the woman who registered the school as her privately-owned business.


THE Solomon Islands National University (SINU) has denied media claims that it will be closing soon, due to cash flow problems.

Betikama pioneer principal honored

Betikama Adventist College (BAC) family on Wednesday held a very successful memorial service to honour the passing away of their first principal Pr Lyndon Thrift who pioneered the College in 1948.

Vura CHS stage graduation

VURA Community High School has successfully hosted its 2018 school graduation on Thursday.

PM lauds ADB’s transport deal

PRIME Minister Rick Hou has acknowledged the signing of a grant agreement between the Asian Development Bank (ADB) and the Solomon Islands Government.

Customs unhappy with arrival of new boat

CUSTOMS officials stationed at the Ports area in Point Cruz were unhappy with the newly purchased Landing Craft (LC)for Savo-Russell constituency which sailed into the country without their knowledge.

In Court with Assumpta Buchanan

* Ririana to enter plea
* Sentencing for attacker Nov 6
* Taremae to face trial for one count of conversion
* Teururu’s matter to High Court for trial

Lands officers under spotlight

Four senior physical planners from the Ministry of Lands, Housing and Survey have been suspended while under the investigation of the Ministry of Public Service (MPS).

Duke and Duchess of Sussex wind up Fiji trip

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have unveiled a statue of a Fijian member of the elite British SAS force as they wind up their visit to Fiji.

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