Solomon Islands National News - Solomon Star News

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  • 17
  • May

MORE than 60 vendors have been issued with certificates after taking part in the ‘Getting Started’ workshop, on Friday.

  • 17
  • May

PEOPLE of Tasimboko in northeast Guadalcanal claimed they were left out from the National Disaster Management Office’s (NDMO) relief supplies distribution.

  • 17
  • May

A DELEGATION from Temotu Provincial Government executive will tour Honiara next week, during which they’ll call on line ministries.

  • 17
  • May

The Red Cross Society of China has donated USD$50,000 (more than $300,000) towards the flood relief efforts.

  • 17
  • May

MACHINIST Fitting & Maintenance students of Don Bosco made oven drums for the flood victims that took shelter in the school’s multi-purpose hall last month.

  • 17
  • May

THE Western Provincial Agriculture extension office says it is prepared to provide technical assistance to disaster stricken areas in the province.

  • 16
  • May

People living downstream at Metapona river in North Guadalcanal are fearing for their lives and are calling on the government to allow St Barbara back to resume its operations to deal with the tailings dam.

  • 16
  • May

Police officers within the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) are questioning the process in which RAMSI PPF has taken an attempt without the police executives' knowledge to destroy RSIPF weapons.

  • 15
  • May

THREE companies have been awarded the contract to carryout emergency work on the affected roads on the North West Guadalcanal.

  • 15
  • May

THE National Disaster Management Office is seeking an extra $6.4 million from the national government to continue with its relief efforts outside of Honiara and other provinces.

  • 15
  • May

THE Joint Civil Society Groups & Concerned Citizens (JCSG & CC) “strongly” calls on parliament to immediately table “and duly pass” a motion-of-no-confidence on the Prime Minister.

  • 15
  • May

A GROUP of East Kwara’ae landowners in Malaita Province has condemned responsible authorities funding and maintaining the East Malaita road for what they claimed as “free extraction of gravel from their land”.