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Commitment to work with private sector



Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare has reiterated the government’s commitment to work closely with the private sector.

Wale: budget disappointing 

OPPOSITION leader Mathew Wale says the 2019 Supplementary Appropriation Bill 2019 perpetuates the status quo as it represents “business as usual”.

Taiwan ‘useless to us’, says PM

PRIME Minister Manasseh Sogavare has declared Taiwan “is completely useless to us”, and suggested China could be a better diplomatic partner because it could stand up to Australia.

US envoy meets Malaita leaders


LEADERS from Malaita met the visiting United States ambassador Catherine Ebert-Gray, during which they discussed the economic challenges the province is facing.

Farewell RSIPV LATA 



As the sun set over the Maritime Aola Base on the foreshores of the capital Honiara, the faithful lady, the Royal Solomon Islands Police Vessel 03 LATA ended its service to the Government and the people of Solomon Islands.

TOP AWARD

Mani wins ‘Most Valuable Player’ award

Officer recalls landslide ordeal

A Correctional Service Officer (CSO) on duty yesterday morning has recalled the moment the landslide occurred at Gizo, Western province that claimed the life of a mother.

MARA policy soon to launch

THE Malaita Government for Rural Advancement (MARA) is soon to go through a translation stage of its government policy.

Concern over game of Ludo

PLAYING of Ludo is on the rise and is causing people to become lazy in most communities in Malaita province.

Fighters benefit from seminar



YUN’S Taekwondo athletes learned a lot from the World Martial Arts Champions Master John Gill from Australia who ran a series of advance self defense seminar for them for the last few days.

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