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Students’ plea for MP’s support  

STUDENTS of Lau/ Mbaelelea constituency have called on their Parliamentarian Augustine Auga to focus in education as his top priority this year.

McNeil: Rove seafront land is privately owned  

THE piece of land that is currently undergoing development at the Rove seafront in West Honiara is privately owned since 2017.

Red Cross clarifies bushfire recruitment rumour


Solomon Islands Red Cross (SIRC) Society has clarified on rumors circulating about a recruitment drive for volunteers to travel to Australia to help in response to effects of recent bushfires.

Work on CT Scan to start this year

THE Ministry of Health and Medical Service’s $17 million project is expected to commence this year and it is understood a contractor has already been awarded the contract through the appropriate tender processes.

Missing car case to be sent to DPP

THE case of the vehicle that went missing from the Kukum Traffic Centre compound last month will be forwarded to the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) for review.

Hunt for escapees continue

After more than a month on the run, police are still asking for communities’ assistance to help them locate the two remaining escapees, Frank Firimolea and Dilo Faiga.


Health wants ban on incoming passengers

SIFF refuse to recognize new Isabel football executive

THE Solomon Islands Football Federation (SIFF) says it does not recognize the newly elected Isabel football executive as the recent election held in Buala was null and void.

PM to commission Taro cable landing station

PRIME Minister Manasseh Sogavare will officially open the Taro Cable Landing Station in Choiseul province next Monday.

Malai slams decision to demolish old building

A TOUR operator in Malaita has expressed dismay at the province’s decision to demolish an old British colonial building at provincial capital Auki.

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