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Health wants ban on incoming passengers

SIFF refuse to recognize new Isabel football executive

THE Solomon Islands Football Federation (SIFF) says it does not recognize the newly elected Isabel football executive as the recent election held in Buala was null and void.

PM to commission Taro cable landing station

PRIME Minister Manasseh Sogavare will officially open the Taro Cable Landing Station in Choiseul province next Monday.

Malai slams decision to demolish old building

A TOUR operator in Malaita has expressed dismay at the province’s decision to demolish an old British colonial building at provincial capital Auki.

Police arrest father for alleged rape of his 17yr old daughter 

Officers of the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force in Malaita Province have arrested a 57-year-old man for allegedly raping his 17-year-old daughter in the Kware area, west Fataleka Malaita Province.

Council to discuss betel nut by-law

HONIARA City Council (HCC) says the “Betelnut Control Ordinance 2016” will be re-tabled in its next executive meeting.

Football fans questioned duo’s decision

FOOTBALL fans and supporters have questioned the decision by Raphael Lea’i and Leon Kofana to turn down another year of scholarship with Scots College in New Zealand.

PM: regional security is a collective duty

PRIME Minister Manasseh Sogavare says security in the region is a collective responsibility.


Wini finished third in World Cup

New British envoy visits Oxfam office

OXFAM International Solomon Islands hosted the British High Commissioner to Solomon Islands and Nauru, Dr Brian Jones during a courtesy visit to their office in Honiara on Tuesday.

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