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Horrific act

A MENTALLY-ill person who attempted to chop off his private part and neck was saved in time after he was found unconscious covered with blood.

HISTORIC BEIJING TRIP

THE country’s Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare will travel to Beijing, the People’s Republic of China (PRC) capital for a first ever official visit since establishing diplomatic ties fortnight ago.

RANOSI forum successful



THE Rannoga and Simbo (RANOSI) Leaders Forum held in Gizo ended on Thursday 3rd of October and was hailed successful after dialogues between National and Provincial Government Leaders produced resolutions on the development plans for RANOSI’s constituency, ward and village levels.

Plastic-like substance found in rice



Rice consumers in Malaita province are calling on responsible authorities to ensure businesses in the country are selling quality and genuine products to consumers nationwide.

PREMIER DEFENDS STANCE



Suidani: I’ve no personal agenda

Role of teachers crucial, says SINTA chief



THE role of teachers in the formative years of children is crucial, Solomon Islands National Teachers Association (SINTA) president Andy Tosasi says.

In search of her roots



AN Australian of Samoan descent has been in the country since last week to establish her ancestral links to the Solomon Islands.

Governor General appoints Mewa



THE Governor General, His Excellency, the Right Reverend David Vunagi has appointed Commins Mewa as Minister for the Ministry of Provincial Government and Institutional Strengthening (MPGIS) in accordance with the constitution.

RSIPF arrest 20 year old for alleged stabbing in East of Honiara

Officers of the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) in Honiara attended a report of an alleged stabbing of a person in the Betikama area, East of Honiara on Thursday night.

Allegations against PS forwarded to LCC



ALLEGATIONS levelled against the Permanent Secretary for Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock (MAL) Ethel Frances have been submitted to the Leadership Code Commission (LCC), according to sources.

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