Solomon Islands Regional News - Solomon Star News


Gov’t urged to watch incoming vessels, students in China

The Leader of Opposition Matthew Wale calls on the government to do more in dealing with the Wuhan coronavirus in light of the unconfirmed reports that 4 crew members of a Bintang Mining vessel currently in Rennell, displayed illness ailments similar to the coronavirus symptoms.  

Health ministry response to report

The Ministry of Health and Medical Services (MHMS) has responded to a report of suspected 2019 novel coronavirus persons who displayed flu-like symptoms on a shipping vessel docking off Rennell island.

Police probes Kukum death

OFFICERS of the Royal Solomon Island Police Force (RSIPF) at the Naha Police Station in Honiara are investigating the death of an adult male person in a bottle shop at Kukum area, East Honiara last Thursday.

Alleged attackers to face court today

Seven men accused of attacking and damaging properties of North Malaita MP Senley Levi Filualea will appear in the Honiara Magistrate’s Court, Tuesday.

Suidani fires four ministers

MALAITA Province Premier Daniel Suidani has sacked four ministers of his Malaita Alliance for Rural Advancement (MARA) government for failing to perform their duties.


THE timing of Chinese funded projects earmarked for Solomon Islands will be delayed a bit due to the current novel coronavirus outbreak in China.

Premier Suidani reaches out to more communities through dialogue

Reaching out to communities in dialogue is the way forward as Malaita Province is searching for a common rhythm drive the province forward in development.

M4D fear coronavirus might reach Malaita 

Malaita for Democracy (M4D) Movement has call on the responsible authorities to keep an open eye for Chinese citizens doing business in Auki who are away to China for the Chinese New Year celebration. 


PROMINENT Gizo businessman Mockson Aaron says he has not been given a fair opportunity  when served an eviction notice on Monday the 27th of January after 20 years of business and development in the KHY seafront area in Western province (WP).

Principal sends strict advice to pupils

The Anglican Church of Melanesia owned Bishop Norman Palmer School will begin its 2020 academic year tomorrow with very strict rules in place.

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