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BIG DROP IN FINANCE


THE Solomon Islands Government (SIG) is experiencing a cash flow problem and a big drop in finance collection due to the current COVID-19 pandemic and the State of Public Emergency (SoPE).

CHINA TRIP CLARIFIED


SECRETARY to the Prime Minister (SPM) has cleared the air following criticisms regarding the government’s decision to allow a repatriation flight into China and return.  

Ngati thanks Auditor General’s office


THE Office of the Auditor General (AG) has finally presented the first draft of its spot on audit to the Honiara City Council (HCC) on Thursday.

BLOOD SHORTAGE NOT NEW


Doctor clarifies blood shortage

United and Eels release team lists

FC Isabel United and Henderson Eels have released the names of their respective squad members for the Telekom S-league (TSL) season.

THE National Government is conscious of the issue of land and encroachment of settlers into customary land.

F6 students remanded for Botanical garden death

TWO young men have been charged and remanded in custody this week following the death of a man at the Botanical Garden hilltop, West Honiara last Saturday.

PM vows to address GP issues


GUADALCANAL Province celebrated its second appointed day at Visale, North West Guadalcanal in style on Friday.

Missing six found alive in Ulawa

The six people that have been missing while travelling in an outboard motorised boat (OBM) from Kala Bay in Santa Cruz Island to the Reef Islands in the Temotu Province on 11 July 2020 have been found safe and well at  Ngarangara Point near Su’umoli Village on Ulawa Island in the Makira Ulawa Province at 12.30 pm on Friday afternoon.

Philip suggests schools closure


FORMER Prime Minister (PM) and Member of Parliament (MP) for Rendova Tetepare suggests all education institutions in Honiara should remain close for the year as part of protective measures against COVID-19.

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