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Landowners challenge, undersea cable in Court

THE Landowners of Tandai will legally test the Coral Sea Cable project in the High Court due to claims Government fail to properly acquire the land for the project.

Choiseul delegation meets PM

A delegation from the Choiseul Provincial Government on Monday met with Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare to discuss the Province’s priority development programmes.


A PASTOR at the centre of social media attack in recent days has come out publicly to rubbish all allegations leveled against him.

RSIPF farewells retired officer late Gwen Ratu 

Officers of the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) on Monday attended a funeral service for the retired officer late Gwen Ratu at the Good Shepherd Parish Anglican church in the Foxwood area, North Guadalcanal.

LOs refutes Sasako’s report

Bungusule Customary Landowner Trustees have refuted yesterday’s front-page article of the Island Sun newspaper alleging that Axiom Mining Limited has deserted its camp on San Jorge.

Food policy to reach parliament soon

THE Food and Nutrition Security Policy Framework is already completed and is ready to submit before Parliament.

More cruise ships expected

THE country is expected to see more visitors arriving by boat this year.

RSIPF meets with US delegation

Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) Commissioner Matthew Varley  has met with four members of the visiting United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs on Tuesday.

A nation conceived not yet born, what are we doing? PM

PRIME Minister Manasseh Sogavare (MP) has called on members of the 11th Parliament to stop the debate on the statement made by the late and former Prime Minister Solomon Mamaloni and start doing something about it.

In Court with Assumpta Buchanan

Riot case back to court

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