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RSIPF mourns the loss of a long-serving officer

The Royal Solomon Island Police Force (RSIPF) mourns the loss of one of its long-serving officers the late Police Sergeant Edwin Manuga who passed away in Honiara 22 February 2020 after a short illness.

West-4-Australia fundraiser enters final week

THE OFFICIAL ‘West-4-Australia Bushfire Victim Fundraiser’ (W4ABF) has entered its last week of fundraising despite bad weather patterns in the Western Province for most of the past month but an atmosphere of positivity spreading as organizers call for public support.

WWII relics in trouble

WAR RELICS in the far Western Province is in danger of being sold off if authorities are not attentive about the matter and economic alternatives are not made possible for the people of Shortland Islands.

New Gwounatolo clinic near completion

THE new Gwounatolo clinic building project is approaching completion, thanks to the former MPA for Ward 13 Rose Liata for applying for the much-needed project. 

HCC: One Link operating illegally

THE Honiara City Council (HCC) has issued a notice to One Link Pacifica which has been operating without a Business License in the City, reports the HCC Media.

Japan-SI deepens bilateral bond 

THE Government and the people of Japan will continue to deepen and develop the friendly and cooperative bilateral relations with the Solomon Islands Government and its people.

SINPF signs deal project in Auki

The Solomon Islands National Provident Fund Board (SINPF Board) has signed an agreement with TGB and Kramer Ausenco for the proposed project in Auki, Malaita Province. On the 6th of February 2020, the Solomon Islands National Provident Fund Board (SINPF Board) signed the deal with Tropic Group Builders (TGB) and Kramer Ausenco for the construction of an office complex for Solomon Telekom Company Ltd sales office in Auki. 

PM grilled over Djokovic’s saga

THE Malaita Provincial Premier Daniel Suidani has questioned why Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare was tight-lip about the case of his nephew Robson Djokovic a foreigner who is the Chief of Staff to the Prime Minister Office (PMO). 

Galokale calls for integrity amid loan saga

THE Leader of the Independent Group has appealed to the government to raise its level of integrity in managing the country’s economy. 


USD$100b proposed loan surprises China officials here

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