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Keana formally suspended

Maxwell Keana has been formally suspended from participating in all Solomon Islands Football Federation (SIFF) sanction competitions while his case is before the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) National Criminal Investigation Department (NCID) and the Oceania Football Confederation (OFC) Disciplinary/Ethics Committee.  


Officers of the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) have conducted about more than 200 sea patrols in the Shortland Islands and part of Choiseul Province in just two weeks from 14-28 November 2019.

Kingz edges Laugu while FC Guadalcanal, Marist share points


MALAITA KINGZ FC earns a valuable three points and jumped from sixth to fourth place of the Telekom S-league (TSL) table following their sixth win of the season.

Young tennis team wins medals


SOLOMON ISLANDS young tennis players were impressive in the recent Vanuatu Regional Junior Tennis championship held in Vanuatu.

RSIPF investigates attack on home of MP for North Malaita


Investigators of the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) at the Naha Police Station are investigating an attack on the home of the Member of Parliament (MP) for North Malaita who is residing in East Honiara.

Suidani lauds govt for listing Bina Harbour 


Malaita Province Premier Daniel Suidani has applauded the national government for making the Bina Harbour Tuna processing plant project a top priority in its 2020 budget.

Miss Solomon Islands 1st runner up


Miss Solomon Islands Gladys Habu came second at last week’s Miss Pacific Islands (MPIP) show held in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea that concluded over the weekend.

Solomons’ Gender reports launched


THE Women’s Survivor Experience Study report and Stretim Attitude about VAWG Report were launched during the official opening of the 16 days of Activism programs in Honiara, last Monday.

BIG PROMISES FOR MALAITA


DCGA revisits Malaita projects as top priority for 2020

Customs receive mobile X-Ray scanner


THE Customs Division of the Ministry of Finance and Treasury (MoFT) will now be able to non-intrusively inspect cargo imports and exports to detect cargo assessed as “high risk” at Honiara International port with a newly received mobile x-ray scanner recently.

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