Solomon Islands Regional News - Solomon Star News


Koa Hill St Bishop Patteson Chapel consecration

ST Bishop Patterson Chapel at Koa Hill under the Diocese of Central Melanesia unveils its new chapel on Sunday with an exciting whole day event.

Opportunists demand money for road works 

Opportunists are back on the roads in Malaita Province demanding money for patching affecting areas along the North Road.

Kuper: strict regulation in place 

THE Camp Management Sector Management assures the country that the camp team will always do what it has mandated to do to contain any possible Covid-19 cases in the country. 

Jailed for conning four people 

A MAN who lied to four people and stole more than $21,000 from them early this year in Honiara has been sentenced to a total of four and a half years in prison, Monday.

RSIPF assures residence of their safety

Residents living in and around the location of the fatal bomb blast on Sunday night at Tasahe in West Honiara have been assured that they are safe to continue with their normal activities.

Students rubbish report


THE Solomon Islands Philippines Student Association (SIPSA) executive says the media report about students’ behaviour in the Philippines is not factual and they want the public to know the truth.


TWO additional COVID cases involving local students studying in the Philippines have been confirmed.

PM welcomes China’s envoy

PRC embassy will bolsters SINO relationship


For allegedly breaching hotel rules


TWO foreign nationals have lost their lives during an accident last night at their private rented home in Tasahe, West Honiara.

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