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Illegal cigarettes hit local markets

ILLEGALLY imported cigarettes are being widely sold in Honiara and other provincial centres.

Kava family cleans up hospital


A LOCAL group known as the “Kava family” stepped out yesterday and cleaned up around the National Referral Hospital (NRH), removing stacks of rubbish that were left there since last year.

Mother of infant held over its death

POLICE in Western province have continued with their investigations following the death of a new born baby around New Year’s Day.

Youths arrested for stoning vehicle

A NATIONAL Referral Hospital vehicle doing rounds on New Year’s night reportedly suffered damages when some youths threw stones at it at Green Valley, east Honiara, on New Year’s night.

Bodybuilders mourn loss of President


SOLOMON Islands Bodybuilding Federation (SIBDF) are mourning the loss of their President, the Late Pius Mamae, Thursday morning in Honiara.

WIDESPREAD DAMAGES


Disaster hits hard on Malaita

MORE DAMAGES EXPECTED


Bad weather hits home

First coffee farm in East Kwaio

VILLAGERS of Lo’onawadu community at Oloburi, East Kwaio in Malaita, launched their first ever coffee project on 20th December 2018.

Settlers call for urgent help

A CATHOLIC community of more than 300 settlers in the Henderson area of east Honiara say their homes and food gardens have been severely affected by the current bad weather.

Solomon Games postponed


The much awaited Solomon Games supposed to be hosted in Rennell this month is facing indefinite postponement due to delay of funds.

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