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NEW TWIST IN $100B LOAN


Claims senior MPs may benefit from 11% interest

‘Marape’s visit not empty-handed’ 


Papua New Guinea (PNG) Prime Minister James Marape’s historic state visit to the Solomon Islands is not going to be empty-handed.

$100 billion, signs that Sogavare has no plan


The 100 billion US dollar loan scheme is proof that DCGA led by Sogavare has no plan for the country. 

Tenants affected by demolishing exercise


Tenants that have resided at the KHY Seafront in Gizo, Western Province on Monday have expressed concern over the demolition exercise on their properties.

PM conveys well wishes to Japanese Emperor


PRIME Minister Manasseh Sogavare has conveyed his best wishes to the Emperor of Japan on his 60th Birthday celebrations.

Ragomo meets PM

PRIME Minister Manasseh Sogavare was delighted to host National Futsal Star and team captain Elliot Ragomo at his office on Monday morning.

Fa’arodo keen to coach squad one day


FORMER Solomon Islands football team captain Henry Fa’arodo Jnr aims to coach the national team one day.

RSIPF mourns the loss of a long-serving officer


The Royal Solomon Island Police Force (RSIPF) mourns the loss of one of its long-serving officers the late Police Sergeant Edwin Manuga who passed away in Honiara 22 February 2020 after a short illness.

West-4-Australia fundraiser enters final week


THE OFFICIAL ‘West-4-Australia Bushfire Victim Fundraiser’ (W4ABF) has entered its last week of fundraising despite bad weather patterns in the Western Province for most of the past month but an atmosphere of positivity spreading as organizers call for public support.

WWII relics in trouble

WAR RELICS in the far Western Province is in danger of being sold off if authorities are not attentive about the matter and economic alternatives are not made possible for the people of Shortland Islands.

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