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Panga’s trial adjourns to Wednesday

Trial on the case of the former Guadalcanal premier facing a charge of abuse of offence has been adjourned to Wednesday.


PUBLIC transport providers in Honiara are planning to stage a peaceful protest tomorrow.

Taiwan development assistance lauded

PRIME Minister Rick Hou says Taiwan’s development assistance to Solomon Islands over the last four decades has led to new technological innovations.

SIPA Futsal champ kicks off in Honiara

THE Solomon Islands Ports Authority (SIPA) futsal challenge kicked off on Monday with stunning performances displayed by the 12 participating teams vying for the most coveted prizes up for grabs.

16 years in jail for incest

The Principal Magistrate at Kirakira in the Makira Ulawa Province on Friday sentenced a 40-year-old man to 16 years imprisonment after finding him guilty of eight charges of incest.

NZ Chief Ombudsman here for outreach

New Zealand Chief Ombudsman Peter Boshier is currently in the country for a three-day visit.

MP: Need for better budget planning

Member of Parliament for Aoke/Langalanga says there is need for better planning and budgeting process to minimise the use of Contingent Warrants, Advance Warrants and Supplementary Budget Bills.

Govt loses MP

The Government is mourning the passing away of one of its great leaders, the Member of Parliament for West Kwaio, Malaita Province, Monday.

In Court with Assumpta Buchanan

* Child abuser, molester guilty
* Court hears submissions for Goufi, Keota
* Tikopia murder case today

‘Slow economic growth’

THE Minister for Finance and Treasury Manasseh Sogavare says that the country’s economy is growing very slowly.

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