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Moves to set up human rights office 


A UNITED States (US) based Youths for Human Rights International team last week organized a walk for Human Rights on Saturday 13th July and trained youths on Sunday 14th at the art hub about the 30 conventions human rights.

Premier Sade wants to see revenue base up


The Guadalcanal provincial premier Francis Sade says the Guadalcanal provincial government needs to increase its revenue base.

Call to replace Aruligo bridge 

THE Aruligo bridge in North West Guadalcanal needs to be replaced.

In Court with Assumpta Buchanan

* Medical report in Renbel murder sought
* Prosecution to advice on riot case 

Court refused second bail application 

THE court has again refused a second bail application made for the man accused of obtaining $10,000 from Solomon Islands National University (SINU) students under false pretence.

Caritas farewell staff


Caritas Australia in Solomon Islands yesterday farewelled two of its staff in an emotional final get together ceremony.

Police probe fatal road accident


POLICE say they are investigating a fatal road accident which happened in the early morning of Sunday 14 July at the Rove intersection along Tandai Highway in West Honiara, resulting in the death of a 30-year-old male pedestrian.

Soltuna upskills its female workers

IN striving to improve in providing healthy meals for its workers, SolTuna embarked on establishing a vegetable growing project for 240 female workers living at the hostels in Noro.  

Kuba angry at treatment


A PERSON living with disability says he was angry and embarrassed by treatment he received from a female officer at the Ministry of Health in Honiara.

TSI commends appeal

Transparency Solomon Islands (TSI) has commended the Public Prosecutions for filing an appeal against the decision of a magistrate to acquit MP for Central Guadalcanal of the assault causing actual bodily harm charge.

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