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COVID-19 WATCH


45 in quarantine centres

PM to address nation today


PRIME Minister Manasseh Sogavare will address the nation today on the coronavirus.

Three new faces elected to SICCI Board


The Solomon Islands Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SICCI) has two new faces on its Board of Directors, following the latest elections of Board Members.

Electoral Commission: Two By-Election Postponed


Although the Electoral Commission had initially indicated publicly that the by-Elections for Central Honiara and North East Guadalcanal Constituencies will be conducted in June, the intensity of our country-wide preparation to prevent the coronavirus from entering our country and containing it as soon as it reaches our shores, the conduct of the by-elections have been deferred until further notice.

Seleso: Provincial Government Act outdated 


THE current Provincial Government Act (PGA) is out of date.

RSIPF investigate alleged firearm incident

Officers of the Royal Solomon Island Police force (RSIPF) in Honiara have arrested a suspect following an alleged incident of discharging a firearm in the Tinge Ridge area in West Honiara on 22 March 2020. 

Anglican youths in West Kwara’ae held open day


Youths from four communities in West Kwara’ae, Malaita Province over the weekend gathered for a youth open day program at Gwounaru'u St Paul Anglican Church. 

RSIPF prepares officers at SI-PNG common border for COVID-19


Washing of hands thoroughly and frequently with water and soap has been highlighted during COVID-19 awareness talks held by the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) to prevent any outbreak of the virus to officers of Taro in Choiseul Province and at Mbalalae in the Shortland Islands on 25 March 2020.

Call to encourage our people in good, bad times


As leaders, we must continue to encourage our people both in good and bad times says Malaita Provincial Premier Daniel Suidani.

Kimi: timely statistical info vital for  policy making


The country’s Government Statistician Douglas Kimi says timely and accurate statistical information is key for effective national development and policymaking as well as for poverty assessment and monitoring processes.

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