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  • 03
  • Jun

Last week the country joins the world to mark no-tobacco day. It’s a day set aside to look at the impact of tobacco use around globe.

  • 29
  • May

POLICE on Wednesday made a break through with the arrest of a suspect who was said to be a main player in the May 16th rioting and looting at King George area and beyond.

  • 28
  • May

WE acknowledge the excellent job the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) are doing to keep law and order in our country.

  • 18
  • May

The build-up of Malaitan population on the outskirts of Honiara will always pose a threat to the safety and security of Honiara.

  • 14
  • May

A YOUNG father was killed when the car he was travelling collided head-on with a hilux along Prince Philip highway, Kukum, in the early hours of Monday.

  • 12
  • Dec

Its good to know from reports that the second phase of the feasibility studies conducted at the Tina River Hydro project is producing good result.

  • 12
  • Jan

THE Solomon Islands had been trying to join the Australian seasonal workers scheme some years back, but was denied.

  • 17
  • Feb

ITS a problem that is getting from bad to worse now.

  • 23
  • Feb

When Prime Minister Gordon Darcy Lilo took over from Danny Philip in November he immediately made popular announcements. One of them was to cut all post-paid mobile phones of those that did not fall in the bracket of a minister, permanent secretary and constitutional post holders.

  • 03
  • Mar

In the quiet corners of the Lungga area a small but important workshop has just been completed this week. The workshop was intended to train women as peace-markers in our societies.

  • 20
  • Mar

AFTER weeks of intense public debate, the minister of education Dick Ha’amori had announced government’s support for the 4th University of the South Pacific (USP) campus in Honiara with the allocation of a land.

  • 27
  • Mar

TODAY Prime Minister Gordon Darcy Lilo will leave the country for his first official engagement with the Melanesian Spearhead Group (MSG) since being elected as Prime Minister last year.

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