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SIFF demands accountability,  good governance 


The Solomon Islands Football Federation (SIFF) President William Lai is demanding all its member associations to uphold accountability, transparency and good governance during this challenging time of the coronavirus pandemic. 

PM opens games office


A NEW office space to prepare for the 2023 Pacific Games was unveiled in Honiara yesterday by Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare.

Russell fisheries body launches mandate


Regardless of the current covid-19 impacts on the country at large, fishing communities in Russell Islands in Central Islands Province (CIP) have moved another step ahead with their intention to develop and advance fisheries as source of revenue earner for their people.

ESP brings hope to Russells


RECENTLY established government’s Covid-19 Economic Stimulus Package (ESP) has brought much hope to rural farmers and fishers in the Russell Islands in the Central Islands Province. 

Valuation roll workshop staged


A one-day workshop was held this week in Honiara involving practising land valuers and other related professionals.

Govt issues more fishing licenses

  • Govt issues more fishing licenses annually
  • Types of fishing activities here

SoPE too long says Wale


THE further extension of the State of Public Emergency (SoPE) to four months is too long for the second emergency period. 

Kuku, Titiulu in charge of Independent Office


Former Attorney General (AG) Billy Titiulu is now Secretary to the Parliamentary Office of the Leader of Independent.

Isabel Diocese prepares for synod


THE Diocese of Isabel Anglican Church of Melanesia (ACOM) is currently hard at work preparing for its synod set to be staged next week in Kia, at the western end of Isabel.

126 arrive in 5th repatriation flight


A total of 126 stranded nationals have arrived in Honiara on Tuesday evening from Brisbane, Australia.

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