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Manele holds talks with Payne

FOREIGN Minister Hon Jeremiah Manele has held bilateral talks with his Australian counterpart Senator Marise Payne in New York over the weekend.

Suidani disappointed over gov’t failure to meet him

MALAITA provincial premier Daniel Suidani has expressed disappointment with government’s failure to meet him upon his arrival last week in Honiara.

Dogs attack boy, injured  

A SIX year-old boy has been admitted at the Gizo hospital with serious wounds to his body after a group of stray dogs attacked him last Friday.

China envoy here

THE two weeks diplomatic relationship between China and Solomon Islands is now gaining momentum with the arrival of a top Chinese official in the country on Sunday.

China switch declared at UNGA 

Foreign Affairs & External Trade minister Jeremiah Manele has formally announced the country’s recognition of Peoples Republic of China (PRC) at the 74th United Nation’s General Assembly in New York.

Maneniaru and Kuku axed, Lanelle resigns 

DEPUTY Prime Minister (DPM) John Maneniaru and Minister for Education and Human Resources John Dean Kuku were sacked while the Minister for Police Lanelle Tanangada has resigned as effects of China switch continues.

8.5% for NPF members

THE Solomon Islands National Provident Fund (SINPF) on Monday awarded an 8.5 per cent interest rate for its members for the 2019 financial years. 

Civil societies to deliver petition today



Varley apologises to youths 
over unfair police action

Body building corporate dinner set

The Solomon Islands National Bodybuilding Federation (SINBF) corporate dinner is set for this weekend.

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