THE controversial foreign vessel MV Solomon Trader which had run aground at Lavagu bay west Rennell will soon be re-floated and towed from the reef.
Western provincial executive had endorsed the action plan to ban single usage of plastic in the province last Friday 3rd May.
SIFF wins appeal, Solo retains W’Cup spot
Police are currently carrying out a forensic examination on damages and looting done to the Pacific Casino Hotel and other shops and buildings during Wednesday’s upheaval.
GOVERNOR General Sir Frank Kabui yesterday explained why he rejected a High Court order served on him to postpone the election of the Prime Minister.
NEWLY elected Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare, once a staunch advocator for West Papua independence says he’ll be taking friendlier approach to the issue.
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The Royal Solomon Islands Force (RSIPF) has called on all citizens of Solomon Islands especially those in Honiara to remain calm and refrain from taking any illegal action following the election of the Prime Minister.
AT the close of nominations for the Honiara City Council (HCC) Election 95 candidates have submitted their names to contest.
AUSTRALIAN High Commissioner Roderick Brazier has congratulated Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare on his election, and pledged to work closely with his government.
PRIME Minister Manasseh Sogavare has hit out at accusations his past governments have failed Malaita in terms of project implementation.
POLICE have so far arrested more than 30 suspects for offences involved in disturbances in Honiara after the election of the Prime Minister on Wednesday.
Wale clarifies election decision
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