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Police seizes logging company’s machines

Police in Makira Province have seized logging machines owned by King Solomon Development Ltd on Friday for failing to pay $569, 971 of royalty to the Vila Timber Enterprises.

Damages caused by current bad weather

There are reports of damages in Malu'u in the Northern region of Malaita province and in Simbo in the Western province, due to the current bad weather being experienced in the country.

Why police arrested Temotu leaders

Police say three Temotu leaders arrested before Christmas improperly accepted inducements or payments for considerations or decisions in their official capacity.

Weather warning

People told to stay in door

Police clarify burial delay


POLICE say they were unable to identify the next of kin of a Russian tourist who died here some three months ago, despite making contacts through INTERPOL.

Fisheries PS Suspended


IT’S been confirmed the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Fisheries and Marine Resources, Christian Ramofafia, has been suspended pending an investigation.

SHIPPING GRANTS EXPOSED

It’s a scheme gov’t used to keep its MPs together

Three men rape a 13-year-old girl in Central Province

Police at Tulagi in Central Province are investigating an allegation of rape of a 13-year-old girl at Ghole Village in Central Province on the 20 December 2018.

Police seize drugs during raid


A CHRISTMAS Eve raid police executed at White River’s 02 bus stop in west Honiara resulted in the seizure of marijuana and kwaso products.

‘Increase women participation’


INCREASING women participation enhances development in Solomon Islands.

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