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Solomon Islands clarify misleading statement on USP crisis

The Solomon Islands Government wishes to clarify the misleading statement contained in the Solomon Star and Island Sun Newspapers published on 19th June 2020. 


The Office of the Prime Minister and Cabinet (OPMC) wishes to clarify to the public that the MV Worship Light entry into the country did not breach any COVID-19 measures.

Status of COVID-19 Isolation Wards at NRH

Following media enquiries regarding one of the Isolation wards at the National Referral Hospital (NRH) as not meeting the required standard to isolate COVID-19 patients, the Ministry of Health and Medical Services (MHMS) is pleased to provide an update to this enquiry as it is important that truthful, accurate, complete and up to date information is disseminated to the public especially at this time of the state of emergency.


Three Expatriates evaluated for risk of COVID-19

Mangau: police are neutral 

ACTING Police Commissioner Mostyn Mangau says police will remain neutral as an enforcement agency in the country.

Pele signs new pact with Temotu gov’t

TEMOTU Provincial Government and Temotu Pele Constituency signed a historic partnership agreement on Frida y (TPC) in Honiara.

M4D: Chinese diplomats undiplomatic

MALAITA for Democracy Movement (M4D) says China’s response to Malaita Premier’s reference to Taiwan as a state amounts to interference in the domestic affairs of the country.

Chief of Staff case questioning next

POLICE will be inviting Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare’s Chief of Staff Robson Djokovic shortly for questioning.


Gov’t releases people from quarantine centres

Gov’t supports decision to suspend USP chief

THE government has supported the decision to suspend the University of South Pacific (USP)’s Vice-Chancellor and President, Professor Pal Ahluwalia.

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