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Investigation into swearing-text still active 

POLICE are facing difficulties in their investigation on the mobile text message swearing and the use of obscene language against Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare and his family members.

Campaign to control Beetle resumes

A CAMPAIGN to control the deadly Coconut Rhinoceros Beetle (CRB) that is threatening the country’s coconut industry and other palms in Honiara is back. 

Self Ples wants more support for victims 

SEIF Ples Gender-Based Violence Crises and Referral Centre is calling on the government and development partners to continue supporting service providers to deliver quality services to victims and survivors of sexual and domestic violence.

Djokovic’s traffic case to PSII

THE investigation process conducted by traffic officers in relation to the traffic matter against Prime Ministers’ Chief of Staff Robson Djokovic has been referred to police’s Professional Standard and Investigation (PSII).

Nurses among those missing in Temotu


PM commends local musicians

PRIME Minister (PM) Manasseh Sogavare highly praised a group of local music artists for their effort in producing the ‘Iumi Tugeda’ campaign theme song yesterday.

Ngati: HCC finance worrying

IT seems that the Honiara City Council (HCC) is not coping with service delivery despite reports that the institution has made a surplus of SBD$3million.

In Court with Assumpta

  • Jailed for stabbing dad, son
  • Covid-19 rumour trial today
  • Former MP’s fate deferred 
  • Prosecution to respond to proposal

Honiara rugby league to start 1st Aug

HONIARA Rugby Union Association (HRUA) will kick off its league on Saturday 1st August.

SICCI signs extension of MoU with Government

The Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between the Solomon Islands Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SICCI) and the Solomon Islands Government (SIG) was re-signed today (Wednesday 15 July 2020) for another two years aimed at paving the way for a strengthened partnership between Government and the private sector under the Public-Private Partnership arrangement.

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