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Makira suspends loggers’ licences

THE Makira Ulawa Provincial Government has decided to temporarily suspend Felling and Logging Export Licenses for five logging companies because they have been operating illegally in the province.

Solomon Islands Foreign Minister, Hon Jeremiah Manele, Calls for Unity of the Country in response to Malaita Provincial Premier’s Statement that challenges Solomon Islands recognition of the “One China Policy”.

Titiana evacuation centre opens

TITIANA evacuation centre and community hall were officially handed over to the people of Titiana by the First Secretary of the Embassy of Japan Yoko Asano, Tuesday.

A cruel act

A two-month-old female infant is fighting for her life after she was thrown three feet down from a veranda to the ground following a heated argument between a husband and wife in Malaita.

Szetu sells 7 vehicles worth $1.9M to Honiara City Council



THE country’s iconic national football stadium Lawson Tama is taking a step closer towards its planned facelift ahead of the 2023 Pacific Games.


Sogavare launches DBSI

ROC supports Malaita with food

MAY God bless the hand that gives and those that have received what has been given says the Malaita Provincial Premier Daniel Suidani.

No form 5, 6 exam fees for 2020 


THERE will be no exam fees for forms 5 and 6 this year 2020.

DBSI to learn from past experiences 

THE first and central on the policy development towards the revitalisation of the Development Bank of Solomon Islands (DBSI) is ensuring that the problem experienced by the previous operation of the bank is not repeated.

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