Solomon Islands Business News - Solomon Star News


MHMS appreciate private sector support in COVID-19 fight 

THE Ministry of Health and Medical Services (MHMS) greatly appreciates the continuous solidarity and support being displayed by the private sector in assisting the government through the MHMS in its fight against COVID-19.

In Court with Assumpta

  • Man denies sexual related charges 
  • Man denies forcing wife on former boyfriend
  • Mentally ill person’s case adjourned, July 17

PM Sogavare's nationwide address

-03. 07. 2020-

No independence celebrations

SOLOMON Islands will mark its 42nd Independence Anniversary celebration next week Tuesday 7th, July 2020.

SI students in the Philippines worried

STUDENTS studying in the Philippines are worried for their lives following reports that some of them are residing in recently Covid-19 infected buildings.

Stimulus Package is not a free handout: PM

SOLOMON Islands Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare says the Stimulus package is neither a free handout nor a package for new start-up businesses.

Loading of relief suppliers for Makira this weekend

LOADING of relief supplies for tropical cyclone Harold affected communities in Makira Province will start this weekend.

Bougainvilleans end quarantined in Gizo 

RECENTLY quarantined duo apprehended for crossing the SI/PNG maritime border in Shortland, Western Province have been released and currently in Honiara to serve due process for their negligence of border laws set in place during the State of Public Emergency (SOPE).

Ugi road work progressing well

ROAD construction on Ugi Island in Makira Ulawa Province is progressing well.

Tribute song for PNG’s Jenelyn released

TIBON Oge, a singer and songwriter is using his talent to raise awareness about domestic violence.

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