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CSSI moves to improve inmates menu, food suppliers


The Correctional Service Solomon Islands (CSSI) Dietetics & Nutrition department is working to improve inmates’ menu and local food suppliers. 

Sir Tovua hails pikinini golf initiative


Patron of the Honiara Golf Club is supporting the initiative taken by the Golf Federation to introduce the Pikinini golf development program.

Malaita keen on carbon trading


The MARA government's bold stand against the logging industry operation in Malaita Province has attracted the Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC), a bilateral United States foreign aid agency.

Stimulus package dateline likely to extend


THE deadline to submit an application for the Economic Stimulus Package (ESP) will be on the 26th of June 2020 but it is likely to be extended.

MASS REPATRIATION


MORE than 300 locals and expatriates are expected to travel back into the country via the two governments’ sanctioned flights next week.

Officers of the Royal Solomon Island Police Force (RSIPF) at the Gizo Police Station in Western Province have arrested and charged an 18-year-old Form 4 female student at Eleoteve Community High School on Vella la Vella Island in Western Province on 17 June 2020.

Police investigate suspicious death in Malaita Province


Officers of the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) in Auki, Malaita Province are investigating the suspicious death of a 25-year-old male person at Kiu Village in West Are’Are on 20 June 2020.

BRUTAL ACT


High school girl gives birth, then suffocates baby

Media to report responsibly: PM 

Prime Minister (PM) Manasseh Sogavare has called on the media to be more responsible and to exercise the required ethics and standards that is expected of them. 

Solomon Islands clarify misleading statement on USP crisis


The Solomon Islands Government wishes to clarify the misleading statement contained in the Solomon Star and Island Sun Newspapers published on 19th June 2020. 

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