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Riot probe continues

Police investigation into the case of 13 of the 55 men who have been earlier charged for causing disturbances in Honiara after the election of prime minister in April continues.

Govt prioritise mines, mineral legislation

The Democratic Coalition Government for Advancement (DCGA) is prioritising on work on policies that will build a broad-based and environmentally sustainable economy that will be viably achieved under the Productive Sector.

TSI lauds role of media here

Transparency Solomon Islands lauds the role of local media as they joined the Media Association of Solomon Islands with other media around the world to mark World Press Freedom Day on the Theme “Media for Democracy: Journalism and Elections in Times of Disinformation”.

New SSPM appointed

Albert Kabui has been appointed the new Special Secretary to the Prime Minister (SSPM).

Galo: Lauru Shipping fail Choiseul

LAURU Shipping Limited a business arm of the Choiseul Provincial government has failed over the years to disclose any financial statement which is worrying, says the Deputy Premier Derald Galo.

Alleged murder suspect arrested

A 40-YEAR-OLD man is in police custody after officers of the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) in Malaita Province arrested him at a village in Small Malaita following the death of another man over the weekend.


THE controversial foreign vessel MV Solomon Trader which had run aground at Lavagu bay west Rennell will soon be re-floated and towed from the reef.

WP endorses plan to ban plastic

Western provincial executive had endorsed the action plan to ban single usage of plastic in the province last Friday  3rd May.


WILLIAM Lai has been re-elected as the Solomon Islands Football Federation president at the SIFF Elective Congress held at Heritage Park conference room in Honiara today.


SIFF wins appeal, Solo retains W’Cup spot

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