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Govt’s 2020 tourism budget is too small: Tuamoto

GG recognizes US commitment here

GOVERNOR General Rt Rev. Sir David Vunagi has acknowledged the United States commitment to Solomon Islands development aspirations over four decades since the formal establishment of diplomatic relations on the 9th of October 1978, Solomon Islands and the United States.

New NRH morgue opens


THE National Referral Hospital (NRH) on Friday marked another important milestone in the opening of the new mortuary.

Traditional Chiefs visit Rove Corrections

FOUR Traditional Chiefs from Isabel Province has visited Rove Central Correctional Centre (RCCC), Thursday this week.

Dawea calls for more partnership in schools


THE Archbishop of the Anglican Church of Melanesia (ACOM) the most Reverend Archbishop Leonard Dawea has called on all ACOM schools to be more collaboration towards ensuring better school academic results every year.

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OPMC initiates Govt-Media dialogue

SI can be a top tourist target: PM


SOLOMON Islands have the potential to develop itself into one of the most attractive tourist destinations in the region. 

Parapolo’s petition dismissed 


THE election petition case lodged against the MP for Gela, Bartholomew Parapolo has been dismissed, Thursday in the High Court.

Operation ‘Hunt-man’ still on

POLICE are continuing to ask for communities’ assistance in their “Operation Hunt-Man” to locate the two remaining prison escapees.

Bio-security seize betel-nut bags 

THE Bio-security Division in Western Province has confiscated so far 25 bags of betel-nuts from Bougainvillea bound for Gizo, transported by a Shortland Islander.

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