Solomon Islands Regional News - Solomon Star News


Positive result from ‘NOD’ communities

THE northern region of Malaita has experienced a drop in sickness related to open defecation practises in the community.

Chiefs maintain law and order in MOI

CHIEFS continue to play the role of the law enforcement agencies in the Ontong Java region of the Malaita Outer Islands (MOI).

Request to collect croc DNA sample

A CROCODILE specialist from Australia has requested local responsible authorities to collect DNA samples of crocodile whenever an execution or survey exercise on the reptile are being carried out in the country.

Business forum starts

THE 10th Australia-Solomon Islands Business Forum started on Wednesday in Brisbane, Australia.

PM speaks at Aust-SI business dialogue

PRIME Minister Rick Hou on Wednesday addressed the 10th Australia Solomon Islands Business Forum in Brisbane, Australia.

Australia’s funding boost to Tina Hydro Power


AUSTRALIA is committing a further $7.9 million (AUD$1.4 million) towards the Tina River Hydro Power Project.

Road blocks in Honiara today

POLICE in Honiara will set up a road block this afternoon from the main market underpass to South Pacific Oil Refilling Station road junction and also from the Provincial Press road to the Rock Haven upper road.


PM assures Taipei of loyalty

Man fined $10,000 for brewing kwaso

A MAN who pleaded guilty to brewing kwaso (homebrew) at his premises at Fishing Village, east Honiara, has been fined $10,000 on Tuesday.

Luaniua denied health services

LACK of medical services due to an incomplete clinic on Luaniua in the Ontong Java, Malaita Outer Islands is affecting the sick and has resulted in deaths.

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