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  • 31
  • May

POLICE confirmed they arrested three people believed to be behind the looting and burning down of Uncle Alick building during the May 16 rioting, east of Honiara.

  • 31
  • May

A CHARITABLE organisation that works with orphans, widows, and people with disability in central Kwara’ae, Malaita, on Thursday received assistance from Australian Combine churches.

  • 31
  • May

POLICE have arrested a male suspect from Temotu following a rape incident at the Tasahe area over the weekend.

  • 31
  • May

TWENTY police officers will undergo a cyber training starting today at the police headquarters in Rove, West Honiara.

  • 31
  • May

AFTER almost five years of negotiations, PACER-Plus is far from being concluded. 

  • 31
  • May

IMPLEMENTATION of the recommendations contained in the ‘Honiara Short Bus Route’ report now falls squarely on responsible authorities.

  • 31
  • May

PARLIAMENT this week passed the Land and Titles (Amendment) Bill 2014.

  • 31
  • May

THE Solomon Islands Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SICCI) would like to commend JICA and NZ Aid for their strong contributions to the betterment of transport and infrastructure around Honiara.

  • 31
  • May

BRITISH High Commissioner to Solomon Islands Dominic Meikel John will be the guest of honour at next week’s three-day Banana festival in Makira-Ulawa Province.

  • 31
  • May

PREPARATIONS for next week’s Banana Festival in Makira-Ulawa Province are well on track, according to organising committee chairman Noel Mamau.

  • 31
  • May

THE United Nations Central Emergency Response Fund (CERF) has released US$1.8 million (SBD 13.1 million) to provide critical humanitarian support to flood-affected people in the Solomon Islands.

  • 31
  • May

A TAIWANESE doctor has completed his one-week volunteer service at the National Referral Hospital in Honiara and Good Samaritan Hospital, Guadalcanal plains.