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Wale wants police to probe bribery claim

OPPOSITION leader Opposition Matthew Wale has commended Dori Tuhaika for taking the bold stance to report the alleged bribe offered to him by the Manager of Bintan Mining Company Ltd.  

CDF needs proper coordination

THE controversial Constituency Development Fund (CDF) needs proper coordination to deliver needed services to rural communities in Solomon Islands, according to Tony Hiriasia, a PhD research candidate at the University of the South Pacific (USP).

New textbooks for provincial schools


VARIOUS schools in east Guadalcanal have received their share of new donated textbooks by the Australia and New Zealand governments last week.

BRC registration underway in Gizo

THE Bougainville Referendum Commission (BRC) has opened registrations in Gizo for Bougainvilleans living in the Western province.

Cruz ward youths help maintain road

YOUTHS of Cruz Ward 4 in Honiara on Thursday repaired part of Mbokona road along the Girl Guide area as part of their community work.

POB celebrates 5th anniversary  

THE Pan Oceanic Bank (POB) on Thursday morning had a simple but participative event to share and celebrate its 5th Anniversary with its customers both at their head office at Hyundai Mall and Panatina branch.

Candidates warned, one more week

The Solomon Islands Electoral Office (SIEO) is yet to receive statement of accounts from a number of candidates contesting the recent National General Election.

Women’s beach volley into semis


THE country’s women beach volleyball team has made it into the semi-finals of the Pacific Games in Samoa.

Police probe plastic ‘sale’

POLICE say they are looking into the purported buying of plastic trash that is currently taking Honiara by storm.


Wale hits out at mining industry

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