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Suidani hits back at MFAET

MALAITA Premier Daniel Suidani has lashed out at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and External Trade's (MFAET) clarification of ‘Diplomatic Pouch’ as a piece of plagiarism that lacks credibility. 

Wale tells gov’t to stop dancing to China’s tune

OPPOSITION leader Matthew Wale has hit out again at the seizure of COVID medical equipment donated to Malaita Province by Taiwan on 11 June.

AG:  An act of defiance

WHAT led to the impounding of the Taiwanese supplied medical equipment was not because of the ‘suspicious nature’ of the consignment, but rather, an ‘act of defiance of a government decision’.


Councillors at war of words again

Request to ease of social distancing at schools

THE Ministry of Education and Human Resources Development (MEHRD) is yet to respond to a request to ease social distancing at schools.


Dr. Rodgers: why we should not suspend SOPE quickly

CSSI moves to improve inmates menu, food suppliers

The Correctional Service Solomon Islands (CSSI) Dietetics & Nutrition department is working to improve inmates’ menu and local food suppliers. 

Sir Tovua hails pikinini golf initiative

Patron of the Honiara Golf Club is supporting the initiative taken by the Golf Federation to introduce the Pikinini golf development program.

Malaita keen on carbon trading

The MARA government's bold stand against the logging industry operation in Malaita Province has attracted the Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC), a bilateral United States foreign aid agency.

Stimulus package dateline likely to extend

THE deadline to submit an application for the Economic Stimulus Package (ESP) will be on the 26th of June 2020 but it is likely to be extended.

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