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T27 Police inquiry ongoing, says Mangau

POLICE investigation into the fatal ferry accident that resulted in 27 passengers losing their lives last month is progressing well.

Firearm yet to be recovered: Police 

POLICE have not yet recovered the firearm allegedly used in an alleged attempted armed robbery at a logging camp in Central Guadalcanal on May 2.

School fee challenge for parents

PARENTS and guardians are poised for tough times ahead with school fees as schools across the country are scheduled to resume Monday.

Economic recession looms, says CBSI

THE outlook for the Solomon Islands economy this year is quite bleak, says the Governor of the Central Bank of Solomon Islands (CBSI) Dr. Luke Forau.

Officers of the Royal Solomon Island Police Force (RSIPF) in Tulagi Central Province have arrested four youth allegedly involved in the stoning of the Yandina Police Station in the Russell Islands on 10 May 2020.

Second curfew planned for next week

ACTING Police Commissioner Mostyn Mangau says a second curfew is likely to happen next week.

Call to ease restriction on sports

NATIONAL Federations (NFs) and sporting groups in the country are calling on the national government to ease restrictions on sports since Solomon Islands remains COVID-19 free.

SINU to resume, June 1

THE Solomon Islands National University (SINU) Council has endorsed June 1st 2020 as the new resumption date for lectures.

Forau: time to refocus

CENTRAL Bank Governor Dr. Luke Forau says there needs to be a refocus in the country’s development strategy and this is now the right to time to do it.


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