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Kenilorea, Maelanga, petitions dismissed


EAST Are’Are and East Malaita Member of Parliaments Peter Kenilorea Jnr and Manasseh Maelanga have had their cases dismissed on Monday at the High Court.

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KGVI School to be used for Quarantine: Rodie


The Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Education has confirmed that King George Sixth School will be used as a Quarantine Center for suspected coronavirus (COVID-19) patients.  

Malaita passes $33m budget


Malaita Provincial Government has passed 2020-2021 budgets of $33,976,285 on the floor of the Malaita Provincial Assembly last Thursday. 

Gov’t to evacuate students


Pending formal approval from the cabinet: Rodie

Suidani vows to commit resources to save lives 


THE MARA led government is prepared to commit resources to save lives with the limited resources at hand should the deadly coronavirus reaches the shores of Malaita Province.

Air Niugini, Virgin announce suspension

TWO airlines operating services into Honiara will temporarily suspend their international services into Honiara towards the end of this week.

Makira Gold opens chocolate factory in Australia 

MAKIRA Gold which has been buying sola dried cocoa beans from Makira and Guadalcanal cocoa farmers has opened a chocolate factory in Haberfield in Sydney, Australia.

Our appeal in light of COVID-19

TRANSPARENCY Solomon Islands lauds and commends the Ministry of Health and Medical Services in their tireless efforts towards protecting the Solomon Islands from the COVID- 19 pandemic that is affecting the countries of the world regardless of their development status. 

Selwyn students safe to return: EA


STUDENTS studying at the Anglican Church of Melanesia (ACoM) owned Selwyn College in West Guadalcanal are safe to return to the school, the Church’s Education authority has confirmed.

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