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  • 24
  • Jul



THE controversial Anti-Corruption Bill (ACB) 2017 has reached 24 of the 70 clauses in the committee of supply in Parliament, Monday.

  • 24
  • Jul



A BILL to establish Solomon Islands Maritime Authority (SIMA) as a financially self-sufficient organisations with sufficient resources to carry out its functions was tabled for second reading in Parliament, Monday.

  • 24
  • Jul

* Biliki yet to consult lawyer
* Court yet to rule on trio’s trial
* Death inquiry into officers’ death
* Rape trial to start in Gizo

  • 24
  • Jul



RNZI: Vanuatu's Foreign Minister says he's lost faith in the Melanesian Spearhead Group because of a lack of consensus and political engagement.

  • 24
  • Jul

PRIME Minister, Rick Hou, has tabled the Whistleblowers Protection Bill 2016 in Parliament on Monday to protect people who come forward with information about conduct that may create corruption, and they who cooperate with investigations into corruption.

  • 23
  • Jul



PRIME Minister Rick Hou has graced the 2nd Appointed Day celebrations in Tingoa, Rennell/Bellona province, over the weekend.

  • 23
  • Jul



RNZI - Vanuatu's Court of Appeal has upheld the Speaker's decision to eject a former prime minister from parliament.

  • 23
  • Jul


Air Kiribati CEO, Mr. Tarataake Teannaki, has announced that Air Kiribati has launched its new fare promotion “Kids Fly Free” on its international air services to Funafuti and Honiara.

  • 23
  • Jul

PRIME Minister Rick Hou has acknowledged the dignity and pride of the people of Rennell/Bellona Province, whom have dedicated their invaluable service to Solomon Islands.

  • 22
  • Jul

 

The drug shortage situation in the country has started to stabilize, as some of the essential drugs that had been out of stock are now arriving into the country, over the past two days.

  • 20
  • Jul

THE Minister of Health and his Permanent Secretary have to carry out stronger leadership in ensuring shortage of essential drugs never happen again, Prime Minister Rick Hou says.

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