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Wale questions PM’s statement



OPPOSITION leader Matthew Wale questions the Prime Minister on his pre-departure statement that Solomon Islands will realign its national strategy in line with China’s development assistance.

China, SI sign deal under new ties



(Reuters)
- Solomon Islands Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare met Chinese Premier Li Keqiang in Beijing yesterday and signed several agreements in the first official visit since the two countries established diplomatic relations last month. 

Lunga school unveils new ablution block 



Lunga community high school (CHS) in East Honiara yesterday unveiled its newly completed ablution block.

SINU tourism students clean-up city streets

Students from the Institute of Tourism and Hospitality (ITH) at the Solomon Islands National University (SINU) staged a clean-up exercise yesterday through the streets of Honiara.

Malaita Care Centre appeals for support



The newly built Malaita Care Centre operating under the Anglican Church of Melanesia (ACoM) in Auki, Malaita province appeals for support to build a fence around the centre.

More Japanese volunteers to arrive 


FOUR Japanese volunteers under the Japanese International Corporation Agency (JICA) program are expected to arrive in the country in December to replace some of the outgoing volunteers.

We need to understand


By SETH GUKUNA

West Honiara

NETFLY Trading on fake rice claims

NETFLY Trading Co. Ltd official Ben Shu assures that general public both in Honiara and in the province that they did not sell fake rice as claimed by some people in the media.

Makira leaders want new development approaches



LEADERS of the Makira Ulawa Prominent Leaders Forum (MUPL) have urged the Government to change its development approaches to the province.

In Court with Assumpta Buchanan

  • Father accused of raping daughters to face High Court
  • Ngedea out on bail
  • Sentencing for man who steals
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