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MP avoids relatives of 27 deceased again


FOR the second time on Friday, West Are’Are MP John Maneniaru failed to meet relatives of the 27 who died in the MV Taimareho tragedy April 2 this year.

Tasiu abductor released 


THE man who abducted five members of the Anglican Melanesian Brotherhood (Tasiu) in 2003 at Weathercoast South Guadalcanal has been released on Wednesday.

No report on Crowd-1 to police


ROYAL Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) is yet to receive any formal reports or complaints about a recently established money-making scheme called ‘Crowd-1.’

Police probe on Djokovic still active


POLICE are continuing their investigations into Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare’s Chief of Staff Robson Djokovic.

Relatives demand compensation


Relatives of the 27 people who died in the MV Taimahero ill-fated tragedy demanded their Member of Parliament (MP) for West Are’are and the government to compensate the lives of their loved ones.

LAORE TOLD TO ACT ON HCCC


Minister warned against ‘burying corrupt dealings’

LAORE MEETS COUNCILLORS


He tells them to sort out their differences

Malaitan leaders urged to unite


A MALAITA man has called on both the executive and non-executive Members of the Malaita Provincial Assembly (MPA) to stand firm and remain united under the Suidani-led MARA government. 

Police officer probed after accident

Officers of the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) at the National Traffic Department are investigating a traffic incident involving a police officer driving a police vehicle at the East Kola Ridge junction in Honiara on 28 May 2020.

WORKING TOGETHER TO COMBAT COVID-19 IN THE PACIFIC

 

The Australian Government is working in partnership with the Pacific Islands Forum to contribute to its initiative to establish a Pacific Humanitarian Pathway amid global supply chain disruptions.

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