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Cash for ID tale revealed

Corruption in cross-border registration motivated by bribery has continued to be seen in West Honiara Constituency last Friday.

Chief magistrate hits out at new law Bill poorly done: Garo


The Traditional Governance and Customs Facilitation Bill 2018 was a poorly designed piece of legislation.

B’BUILDING CHAMP SET


SOLOMON Islands National Bodybuilding Federation (SINBF) is ready to host the National Body building & Physique championship at the Multipurpose Hall, this weekend.

PM leaves for UN summit today

PRIME Minister Rick Hou will leave for the 73rd Session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) in New York, Friday.

Bougainvillean remanded for possessing firearm, live rounds

A MAN believed to be a Papua New Guinean (PNG) national has been remanded in custody yesterday by the Honiara Magistrate’s Court for allegedly possessing a rifle gun and live rounds.

Aqorau heads new group of educators


A CONSORTIUM of educators and international policy experts aims to develop and inspire a new generation of fisheries leaders across the Pacific Islands region.

Community ordered to evacuate for bomb removal

STREAM Valley community residents of Tasahe B in West Honiara are being ordered to evacuate their homes this morning to allow the Explosive Ordinance Department (EOD) of the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) to carry out a Render Safe Procedure (RSP) inorder to remove an unexploded bomb found in the area.

TSI slams new proposal



WHY ANOTHER MINISTRY?

Mum fined $5k for kwaso sales

A MOTHER of seven has been fined $5,000 for selling kwaso in her market stall at Mbokona area in Central Honiara on Tuesday afternoon by the Honiara Magistrates’ Court.

HALT THE BILL

TSI urges gov’t to delay passing controversial law

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