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Evidence for DPP on missing RAV4 

POLICE are now compiling their investigations into the missing vehicle at the Kukum Traffic Centre  last December for the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) review.

$20m to fight virus

A BUDGETARY support of $20million has been set aside by the national government as part of its assistance towards preparatory plans to combat the deadly coronavirus in the country.

RSIPF arrest man for attempted murder in Malaita

Officers of the Royal Solomon Island Police Force (RSIPF) in Auki have arrested a 30-year-old man for alleged attempted murder following an incident that occurred in the Kwaibaita area in East Kwaio, Malaita Province in 2019.


But investigations underway on suspected cases

Why no 7th formers from MUP PSSs

Makira Ulawa school teachers have queried why no sixth formers from the province’s secondary schools have been given seventh form places this year at national secondary schools.

Ezi-Pei launched

SOLOMON Islands Postal Corporation (SIPC) yesterday officially launched its new online financial payment platform called Ezi-Pei.


Solomon Islands faces a high risk when it comes to Coronavirus outbreak in Wuhan, China.

Three communities in Isabel achieve ‘NOD’ status

Kolomamata, Sidu and Kuchira in Isabel province have earned their No Open Defecation (NOD) status on the 19th of December 2019 amidst well – deserved celebrations. 

Siporae Tribal Forest declared Conservation Area

A SECOND Forest Conservation Area has been declared at Choiseul province, the Ministry of Environment, Climate Change, Disaster Management, and Meteorology (MECCDMM) has revealed.

19 locals end APTC Labour Mobility International prep course 

Nineteen (19) Solomon Islanders successfully completed a two-week Labour Mobility International Preparation course with the Australia Pacific Training Coalition (APTC), aimed at preparing them to live and work in Australia under the Pacific Labour Scheme (PLS).

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