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Gizo’s new footpath progressing 

THE construction of a footpath in Gizo, Western Province under the Community Access and Urban Service Enhancement (CAUSE) project is progressing well.

Dr Lachlan: cable will benefit Choiseul

AUSTRALIAN High Commissioner to Solomon Islands Dr Lachlan Strahan says the 730km submarine fibre optic cable will bring significant benefits to the people of Choiseul Province through faster internet use.

RIPEL Committee concludes investor dialogue series

The RIPEL Cabinet Sub-Committee has recently completed a series of The Investor Dialogue at the National Hosting Authority conference room at town ground.

Dead body found at Lunga river mouth East Honiara

The dead body of a male person has been discovered at the mouth of the Lungga River east of Honiara this morning (4 February 2020).

FC Isabel Vanuatu bound

FC Isabel United left the country for Vanuatu to play two friendly matches in Port Vila.

Violence consultation for CIP Chiefs, elders

CHIEFS and elders of eight communities in the Russell Islands, Savo and Ngella in Central Province are undergoing gender equality, sexual and gender based violence consultations conducted by the Royal Solomon Island Police Force (RSIPF) inTulagi.

Tutu in top form


DESPITE losing their top goal keeper before the Telekom S-league (TSL) season came to an end, Henderson Eels FC remains confident they have a replacement that could man their gates for the upcoming OFC Champions league.

All ministers must perform: Suidani


THE sacking of four ministers from the Malaita Alliance for Rural Advancement (MARA) government is a warning for serving ministers to perform. 

PM opens Taro Cable Landing Station



PRIME Minister Manasseh Sogavare has officially opened the Taro Cable Landing Station in Taro, Choiseul province, Monday.

New ministers join Suidani’s MARA Govt 



FOLLOWING the sacking of four ministers from the Malaita Provincial government on January 24, another four new ministers were sworn in.

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