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  • 02
  • Jul

A GROUP of youths within the South road continues to ignore calls by police to stop setting up road blocks and demanding money from vehicles travelling through the area.
Reports reaching this paper stated that a group of young boys have over the past two weeks set up road blocks near Magi Village, demanding each vehicle to pay $100 before being allowed to pass through.

  • 02
  • Jul

The Pota Sauragi Homestay in Florida, Central province will launch its bird watching attraction for tourists next month.

  • 02
  • Jul

THE GENERAL manager of Gold Ridge Mining Limited has thanked the people of Solomon Islands, particularly the people of Gold Ridge for the trust and confidence they placed on them.

  • 02
  • Jul

TRIBAL and Community members of the Gold Ridge Landowners last week reconciled with the executive of the Gold Ridge Mining Ltd (GRML).

  • 02
  • Jul

A gospel segment program will kick-start the weeklong 2014 trade expo this coming Sunday the 6th at Bodo field, Chinatown.

  • 02
  • Jul

A TAIWANESE medical team concluded its two-week assignment in Honiara and Guadalcanal from June 17 to 26.

  • 02
  • Jul

THE Solomon Islands National Provident Fund (SINPF) has awarded its members with another handsome interest.

  • 02
  • Jul

AS a result of high risks associated to members’ funds, the Solomon Islands National Provident Fund (SINPF) is eyeing various risk mitigating factors one of which is setting up an investment bank.

  • 02
  • Jul

A LAWYER from the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (ODPP) is now a member of the Solomon Islands BAR association after being admitted to the group in the High Court.

  • 02
  • Jul

THE Solomon Islands National Provident Fund (SINPF) board chairman admits investing members’ money amidst external influences is a challenge.

  • 02
  • Jul

NO sentencing submissions have been made yesterday on the forgery case involving the cashing of a government cheque of more than $50,000.

  • 02
  • Jul

Malaita premier Edwin Suibaea has raised concern over the closure of the Gwounaru’u airport which affected a lot of essential services of the province.