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8 VILLAGERS QUARANTINED


ANOTHER eight people have been quarantined at Gizo, Western Province, authorities say.

MUP wants to hold Kira Kira land titles 


THE new Makira Ulawa Provincial Government says it wants to hold the titles of all Government lands in Kira Kira, the provincial capital.

SICTU weighs in on SINU saga


SOLOMON Islands Council of Trade Unions (SICTU) will meet in Honiara today to discuss the current staff dispute at the Solomon Islands National University (SINU).

Securities at NZ High Com residence demand PPE


SECURITY personnel manning the New Zealand High Commission residential premises at Panatina Ridge (Tanakake) that currently houses seven New Zealand expatriates on self-quarantine are demanding PPE (Personal Protective  Equipment) from responsible authorities.

RSIPF arrests two suspects for larceny in Choiseul Province


Officers of the Royal Solomon Island Police Force (RSIPF) at Taro in Choiseul Province have arrested two male suspects for alleged larceny at Vurango Village, northwest Choiseul on 30 June 2020 following two separate incidents at the Village.

Ports postpone maritime summit

SOLOMON Ports has postponed the 45th Pacific Maritime Transport Alliance Conference it was supposed to host this year to 2021.

Cyclone affected communities in Makira plea 


COMMUNITIES within the Weathercoast region of San Christobel Island in Makira Ulawa province that are badly affected by the cyclone Harold a few months ago are still waiting for the government to send them the relief suppliers promised.   

Waimapuru faces food shortages


THE state-owned Waimapuru National Secondary School in West Bauro of Makira, Makira Ulawa Province will likely face food shortages as African snails are infesting its food crops and vegetables.

DBSI clarifies statement 



DEVELOPMENT Bank of Solomon Islands (DBSI) says there are different types of loans that the public can access.

Tina trains locals on money matters


WHILE the Tina River Hydropower Development Project itself is set to create cheaper, more reliable energy for Solomon Islanders, local communities will also benefit through community development funds, employment opportunities, and training. 

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