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Phone noises disrupts petition judgment 

A High Court judge walked out of the courtroom halfway through reading his judgment on the petition case between South Vella La Vella MP Frederick Kologeto and former MP Lionel Alex Qora, Wednesday.

Lepese discharged, fined

The Provincial Member for Dovele- Ward 10, Vella La Vella Lepese Paul was released from Police Custody 7.30 pm Tuesday night.

Kologeto retains seat 

South Vella La Vella Member of Parliament (MP) Frederick Kologeto has retained his seat after the court on Wednesday dismissed all bribery allegations laid against him.

Gov’t on loan deal

The Ministry of Finance and Treasury has rejected media reports linked to the US$100 billion financing introduced by the promoter of the financing proposal Mr. Terry Wong.


NATIONAL carrier Solomon Airlines has released the first image of the airline’s shiny new Airbus A320 aircraft H4-SIB, which was painted in Townsville, Australia over the weekend.


Leader of Opposition Hon. Matthew Wale is questioning the lack of any responses from Prime Minister Sogavare to explain why he directed his Finance Minister to pursue the USD100 Bn loan proposal by Terry Wong. Hon. Wale said “On this matter Hon. Sogavare’s silence is deafening”. It is clear the Finance Minister is acting on directions from Prime Minister Sogavare in this matter. 

Tennis star to Morocco 

SOLOMON Islands young female tennis player is part of the Oceania team that will participate in the International Tennis Federation (ITF) championship in Morocco.

Vokia thanks voters

FORMER Member of Parliament (MP) for North East Guadalcanal Jamie Vokia has formally thanked his voters and people of his constituency for their unwavering support during his short stint in Parliament.

Police arrest female after death of 8 month-old baby

Officers of the Royal Solomon Island Police Force (RSIPF) at Henderson Police Station have arrested a female in her 20’s on 25 February 2020 following the discovery of the dead body of an infant baby buried in the Henderson Plantation area.

Advancing literacy through language

The READ program for 2020 received support from the British High Commission Brian Jones when he helped to fund some of the new teachers' handbooks for selected Honiara schools.  

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