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Teen jailed for rape

A TEENAGER accused of raping his cousin sister and impregnated her in 2018 has been sentenced to one year imprisonment, Monday.

Easing of social distancing at schools discussed


THE Ministry of Education and Human Resource Development (MEHRD) will start looking at easing off social distancing in schools within the emergency zones.

MORGUE UNDER SPOTLIGHT


‘Morgue workers milk NRH through embalming fees’


Officers of the Royal Solomon Island Police Force (RSIPF) have conducted cyber-crime awareness for youths and children at Rendova, Rano, Vancouver and Ela Beach United Church in the Western Province, also with students at Tulagi in Central province led by the RSIPF female soccer team members in Honiara last week. 

Chichinge celebrates water supply project 


CHICHINGE community in Malango ward, Central Guadalcanal was alive on Friday to celebrate the completion of a water supply project funded under the Rural Development project (RDP).

 Chiefs want NDMO to respond

A CHIEF of Sandfly Island in Gela Central Province is calling on to the National Disaster Management Office (NDMO) to provide disaster relief supplies to their community.

Miss Solomon celebrates independence at San Isi Dro Care Centre 


MISS Solomon Islands Gladys Habu celebrated the country’s 42nd independence anniversary with our young people with special needs (deaf and mute) at San Isi Dro Care Centre in Aruligo, North West Guadalcanal.

Master plan for Auki-Bina corridor 


PLANNING is a legally mandated responsibility of Malaita Provincial Government (MPG) in relation to any development in the province including the Bina Harbor tuna processing plant.

SOLMAT deployed to border

Solomon Islands Medical Assistance Team (SOLMAT) comprising of medical doctors, surveillance and contact tracing personals have again been deployed to the western border over the weekend.

MFMR, Malaita province sign deal 


The Ministry of Fisheries and Marine Resources (MFMR) and Malaita Provincial Government (MPG) have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) at the provincial capital Auki, paving the way for the proposed Bina Harbour Processing Plant project to be implemented.

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