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DPP to retire after 28 years with office


THE Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Ronald Bei Talasasa is now ready to hand over the baton after serving the office for almost 29 years.

WP premier makes historical visit to Gizo Correctional Centre

Western Provincial Premier David Gina on Wednesday conducted a historical visit to the Gizo Correctional Service of Solomon Islands (CSSI).

Call to combat kwaso brewing

Leaders should act together and put an end to kwaso (home-brew) brewing nationwide so as to avoid kwaso related problems in the country.

Unlicensed driver fined

A man who confesses to drink driving and driving without a valid driver’s license has been fined a total of $3,500 this week in the Honiara Magistrates’ Court.

Alleged juvenile rioter out on bail

A 16 year-old male accused of being part of a group of people who caused disturbances in Honiara after the election of prime minister last month is released on bail.

Wale outlines challenges for DCGA

MEMBER of Parliament for Aoke/Langalanga Mathew Wale has highlighted some of the issues that need urgent attention from the new government in their yet to complete policy statement.

Australian voting centre opens

Australian citizens living in Solomon Islands have already begun casting their vote for the upcoming Australian federal election.

Christafari touches down in Auki


Well known gospel reggae band Christafari touched down at Gwounaru'u airport in Auki, Malaita Province, Wednesday afternoon.

Girls urged to get HPV vaccination

HAYLEEN SAMANI, a 14 year old girl of White River School, West Honiara is the first female student to have been vaccinated with the Human Papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine against cervical cancer on Wednesday at SIBC to officially launch the vaccination campaign against the killer disease.


NEWLY elected Speaker to the Parliament Patterson Oti says one of his immediate tasks is to relook at the timing for the Parliament to sit after the Members were elected.

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