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THE Ministry of Fisheries and Marine Resource (MFMR) has been warned at the way it handles the proposed Bina Harbour Fisheries Project in Malaita.

Election work on track

PREPARATION work towards the 2019 national general election is now on track.


…amidst political statement in social media

Big Mountain returns, Aug 25

REGGAE fans in the city will have something to look forward to, when world’s renowned reggae band, Big Mountain returns on August 25th.


MINISTER for culture and tourism and member of parliament (MP) for Ngella constituency says he does not know about claims that he intentionally shows his middle finger in parliament to insult someone.

U19 against Vanuatu today

THE Solomon Islands national U19 men’s football team will take on Vanuatu 19 in their final group B match of the Oceania U20 Championship today.

Australia supports promotion of new cruise experience

Solomon Islands Discovery Cruises and Strongim Bisnis, an Australian aid initiative are partnering to boost cruise tourism in three provinces and provide opportunities for small enterprises along the route to flourish by selling artefacts, food, entertainment and tour guide services to cruise ship passengers.

Auga praised for fixing road

COMMUNITIES in ward six (6) in Lau/Mbaelelea constituency of north Malaita have praised their member of parliament (MP) Augustine Auga for facilitating road maintenance since last week.

Japan envoy pays tribute to lives lost in battle

THE Japanese ambassador to Solomon Islands, His Excellency Shigera Toyama has paid tribute to the lives lost during the battle of Guadalcanal.

Bloody Ridge Park a true mark for peace, unity and friendship

THE United States (US) deputy chief of mission, Bernard Link says the concept design of the Bloody ridge national peace park is a testament to peace, unity and friendship, thanks to the government of Solomon Islands for designating the site.

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