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WHY THEY SACK ME


Ashley claims axing politically-driven

$17M for CT SCAN

The Solomon Islands Government through a Cabinet decision has approved a sum of SBD$17.8 million dollars to design and build the complex to house the Computer Tomography (CT) scan machine.

Locals graduate from Taiwan Uni

Four Solomon Islands students have graduated with flying colours yesterday, from the I-Shou University in Kaohsiung city, Taiwan.

Bus drivers warned

Commissioner of the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) Matthew Varley appeals to drivers of public buses to use bus stops merely to drop and pick up passengers and not to spend too long at the bus stops causing traffic jams in the centre of Honiara City.

BILIKIKI DOWN, NOT OUT

Tahiti too strong for our boys

GOV’T TO LIMIT PAs


Appointees to sign contracts next week

NEW ADVISER TO MAYOR?

Sore may get new role in city council

Dausabea: We do not need foreigner to run poultry here

Indigenous Chamber of Commerce Trade and Industry for Solomon Islands (ICCTISI) Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Charles Dausabea is calling on Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare to consider indigenous Solomon Islanders in its plan to invest in poultry. 

Marine disaster looms for Namuga

THE marine ecological system in Star Harbour will be highly polluted and destroyed if nothing is done to remove the sunken MV Takana from Namuga in East Makira last week.

PM meets Singapore’s envoy 

PRIME Minister Manasseh Sogavare has received a courtesy visit from Singapore’s Ambassador to the Pacific Island Forum, His Excellency Verghese Matthews at the Office of the Prime Minister and Cabinet on Monday.

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