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Wale queries PM over deputy post

OPPOSITION leader Matthew Wale has questioned the Prime Minister over the long delay in the appointment of his deputy.


Japanese decry decision


Prince Charles to visit Solomon Islands next month

NZ High Com opens new office complex here

NEW Zealand has demonstrated its commitment to an enduring partnership with Solomon Islands, officially opening a new office for the High Commission in Honiara on Wednesday. The building was opened by New Zealand Undersecretary for Foreign Affairs Fletcher Tabuteau, who said the longstanding connections between his country and Solomon Islands would continue for decades to come.



Set to graduate from LDC in 2024

Operation Render safe 2019 commences

OPERATION Render Safe 2019 has commenced effectively as of Thursday and will continue through until the 9th of November says Police Commissioner Mathew Varley.


AG says Central, China Sam deal unlawful, must be terminated

RSIPF announces new members of executive team

The Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) has formally announced the appointment of three newly promoted officers into the RSIPF’s Executive during the Commissioner’s weekly parade at the Rove Police Headquarters in Honiara today (24 October 2019).

New deal to support victims of violence

THE Family Support Center (FSC) and UN Women Fiji Multi-Country Office (MCO) on Wednesday launched a new agreement that increases support services to victims of sexual and gender-based violence.

Vura CHS stages annual graduation

Vura community high school (CHS) in East Honiara, Wednesday successfully staged its annual 2019 school graduation day.

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