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Building road humps is illegal: Varley

BUILDING or putting humps along the road to slow down traffic is unlawful, says Police Commissioner Mathew Varley.

Bilikiki out to reclaim supremacy

Solomon Islands have been the first real beach soccer force in Oceania bringing the region worldwide attention in 2006 when they became the first team to fly the OFC flag at a FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup.

Naka vows to do utmost best


Solomon Islands national beach soccer team might not be competing in an official beach soccer tournament for almost six years but the 2013 Oceania champions are back in this year's beach soccer world cup qualifiers edition. 


For Tasiboko ward, North East Guadalcanal

Ramohia unseated

FORMER Malaita Provincial Premier Peter Ramohia has lost his Ward 24 seat after being voted out during Wednesday’s Provincial election.

Ririana pleads guilty 

THE driver of the car that crashed and killed a 15 year-old pedestrian near the Honiara City Council (HCC) roundabout last year had confesses to the offences, Friday.


Gov’t to limit round log exports

Alleged con man refused bail 

THE court has on Friday refused bail for a man accused of obtaining a total of $10,000 from five Solomon Islands National University (SINU) students under false pretences.

Submarine on emergency stop over

THE Submarine that surfaced in the water between Honiara and Ngella was here for an emergency stop over.

THL, K-water back schools close to project site

The Tina Hydropower Limited (THL) and Korea Water Resources Corporation last Wednesday on 5 June presented medical, educational and sport materials to four schools situated within the Tina River hydro-power project site.

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