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PM meets Payne

VISITING Australia’s Minister for Foreign Affairs Marise Payne on Wednesday met with the Minister Manasseh Sogavare at the Office of the Prime Minister and Cabinet in Honiara.

The Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) in Honiara and Guadalcanal Province have commended the behaviour of the members of the public in Honiara for their good behaviour and understanding during the visit of the Australian Minister of Foreign Affairs, Hon. Marise Payne from 30 – 31 October 2019.

Pageant show begins today

The two day Miss Solomon Islands Pageant (MSIP) queen show commences today in Honiara.


Maelanga is new deputy PM

SI reports on UNSC Resolution 1540(2004)

A TWO-DAY discussion to implement the UN Security Council Resolution 1540 (2004) has concluded at Heritage Park in Honiara. Wednesday.

Body Builders hail sponsors

Our National Bodybuilders who have created history for the country at 25th South Pacific Body Building championships held in New Caledonia has made a surprise visit to stakeholders and business houses who supported them to attend championships upon their return, Wednesday.

Waita hopeful to step up in second match

THE head coach for the country’s national U17 team Stanley Waita remains hopeful the team will step up in their second group match of the FIFA U17 World Cup currently underway in Brazil.

AG praised for taking action

A SENIOR citizen from the Central Islands Province has lauded the Attorney General’s Office for detecting the illegality of the Strategic Cooperation Agreement signed between the Central Islands Province Premier Stanley Manetiva and China Sam Enterprise Group and acting promptly to cancel it.


Officials say Lands, Levers responsible for land sale

Minister announces Australian support for Pacific Girl investment with YWCA Australia’s Minister for Foreign Affairs and Minister for Women, Senator the Hon Marise Payne, announced that Australia will support the Young Women’s Christian Association (YWCA) of Solomon Islands to continue its important work empowering at-risk girls. Australia’s support will be funded through its Pacific Girl investment.

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