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Kenilorea: Public Service must not be sidelined


EAST Are’Are MP and Opposition member Peter Kenilorea Jnr has called on the government not to sideline the public service. 

Gov’t praised for prayer approach


COUNCILLOR for Vura Ward in Honiara Reginald Ngati has expressed gratitude to the Government for setting aside two days a week to pray for the nation in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.

Firimolea faces robbery trial


ONE of the men accused of robbing almost $100,000 from a Bakery in East Honiara will go on trial in June.

Lockdown gaps to be patched: PS 


PERMANENT Secretary for the Ministry of Health and Medical Services (MHMS) says the ministry has identified gaps that need to be strengthened for future lockdowns.

Abae threatens me: Sore


FORMER Honiara City Council (HCC) Finance Chairman Councillor Billy Abae had verbally threatened the City Clerk Rence Sore under the influence of alcohol in the HCC Headquarter on the week before the lockdown.

Package call for submission, Monday


The call for submissions to access the recently announced stimulus package will be published from Monday 25th May and over the following two weeks.

Where’s my ‘freedom’ of speech?


Szetu accused of bullying citizen’s right to speak

PM calls for unity, stability


PRIME Minister Manasseh Sogavare has called on all Solomon Islanders to be united in response to the COVID-19 Pandemic.

Suidani praises new school hall


FAUMAMANU Community High School’s newly built assembly hall is a good example of how well we can use taxpayers’ money to trigger development in our communities.

LE’AI JOINS HALL LAUNCH


Futsal Star shares new Futsal Court with students

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