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Manetoali denies diverting $100,000


OUTGOING Member of Parliament for Gao/Bugotu, Samuel Manetoali on Tuesday denied diverting $100,000 of constituency fund for his own use.

CABLE PROJECT STARTS


‘Cheaper, higher quality and reliable internet coming soon

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Polling date set

Wale: Tax reform increase foreign investment


LEADER of the Solomon Islands Democratic Party (SIDP) Mathew Wale says one of their proposed priorities requires substantive fiscal reform to stimulate the economy to create opportunities and jobs for people in the long term.

Call for waste management improvement


PERMANENT Secretary (PS) of the Ministry of Environment, Climate Change, Disaster Management and Meteorology Dr Melchior Mataki says waste management in Solomon Islands really needs a lot of improvements.

Fake circulated foreign notes warning


THE public is being warned to be on alert about the circulation of fake foreign currency notes in the country.

Mandarin class students celebrate Lunar New Year!


According to the lunar calendar, the first day of this coming new year falls on February 5. Lunar New Year is celebrated in many Asian countries like Taiwan, Korea, Vietnam, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, China, and the overseas Chinese communities.

Two died in logging accident

POLICE in Guadalcanal are investigating a fatal logging accident involving two men at the Vavale Logging Camp in East Central Guadalcanal on 2 February 2019.

Police identify ship looters


AUKI Police have already identified more than 10 suspects,believed to be behind the looting of a wrecked ship near Auki, Malaita province on New Year's Eve.

In Court with Assumpta Buchanan

* Alleged rapist remanded
* Court to rule on robbery case
* Shoplifter arrested, charged

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