Solomon Islands Regional News - Solomon Star News


$10m Covid-19 abet

Ports, Solomon Power donates towards virus battle

COVID-19 test result: Negative

Of the three most recent reported suspected cases that have been sent for testing in Australia, the first result has now been received and it is negative.

Tigoa Nursing Homes 

– This is my home, my residential accommodation, allocated to me when I was posted here several years ago, no tables, no chairs, no electricity, no water supply.

Unfair treatment

DEAR EDITOR - If Fiji students are evacuated then why not us Philippines students. 

Illegal stalls

DEAR EDITOR - I see the betel nut and other product stalls opposite Telekom driveway have gone however I note the stall near BPI is still there as well as the stalls along the Ranadi foreshore.


DEAR EDITOR – Please allow me space to contribute in your column, about people’s no care attitude on littering on the street. 


DEAR EDITOR – Fiji’s Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama will take a pay-cut of $65,750 under the COVID-19 supplementary budget. His current salary is $328,750.

NPF members to get financial help 

THE Solomon Islands National Provident Fund (SINPF) has confirmed to provide financial support to members as part of its contributions towards measures to counter the COVID-19.

Alleged gunman released on bail

THE man who has been arrested and charged for the alleged discharge of a firearm at Tinge Ridge, West Honiara has been released on a $5,000 cash bail in court on Thursday afternoon.

Police clean up Auki Town

AUKI Police have started a street clean- up campaign in the street of Auki, Friday.

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