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KHY land issue a lesson learnt 


KHY SEAFRONT area Lot 229, Parcel Number 097-005-10 acquisition in Gizo is an example all parties involved must retain, as public interest and outcry thickens in the provincial capital of the Western Province (WP).

FUGUI, VOKIA LOSE SEATS 


Dramatic day in high court election cases

NTU warns against submitting forged documents

THE National Scholarship Division (NSD) also known as National Training Unit (NTU) has warned the public from attempting to submit forged documents or government scholarship awards to their (NTU) office or to any academic institutions.

Wale: PM must explain scholarship situation

THE Leader of Opposition, Hon. Matthew Wale calls on the Prime Minister to explain the true situation with the government scholarship awards approved for the constituencies.

Police clarifies delay in Rarata case


ACTING Police Chief Mostyn Mangau says police will try to get the materials needed to complete investigations in a murder case in East Guadalcanal before the court’s due date.

‘Justice in SI needs improvement’



ALL Solomon Islanders should have equal access to justice no matter their gender, age, disability or remoteness of their village.

IMMIGRATION WOE

Officers suspended over breach of virus regulation

SI commends the outgoing MSG DG


THE Minister of Foreign Affairs and External Trade, Hon. Jeremiah Manele has highly commended the good work done by the outgoing Director General of the Melanesian Spearhead Group (MSG) Secretariat, Ambassador Amena Yavoli for the past 4 years. 

Fibre Optic Cable session for businesses


The Solomon Islands Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SICCI) on Wednesday hosted an Information Session on the Fibre Optic Cable for its members of the business community.

CONFLICT OF INTEREST, SAYS TSI

WOMAN MP GRANTS CONSTITUENCY SCHOLARSHIP TO SPOUSE; CORRUPT CONDUCT

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