Solomon Islands Letters to the Editor - Solomon Star News


Officers from the Royal Solomon Island Police Force in Auki are now assisting the captain and crew of the boat TAEMAREHO to confirm how many people are missing from the boat MV Taemareho in the early hours of 3 April 2020 while travelling from Taivu to Aiarai in West Are ‘are in Malaita Province.

Guadalcanal Premier Calls for Extension of Quarantine Period 

THE Guadalcanal Premier is calling on the National Government to extend the quarantine period of 14 to 28 days. 

MV Taimareho: Sea Tragedy

Dozens still missing at sea

Ministry of Health receives 11th NEGATIVE COVID-19 test result

The latest test result for COVID-19 in Solomon Islands has come back negative. This is the eleventh outstanding suspected case, with two more still pending. All eleven cases to date had been sent to Australia for testing.


Australia reaffirms support to fight virus

RSIPF advises public to take care as TC Harold affects SI

The Royal Solomon Island Police Force (RSIPF) strongly advises members of the public to take extra care as the country experiences bad weather related to Tropical Cyclone (TC) Harold currently located between Rennell and Bellona Province and West Guadalcanal early this morning.

Wale concerns over NPF’s crowd

The Leader of Opposition Matthew Wale condemns the Solomon Islands National Provident Fund (SINPF) and the government on the manner the approved emergency payments for members is being handled.


Businesses brace for another challenging year

Call to fix Tomba bridge 

Communities in North West Guadalcanal have called on their Member of Parliament (MP) and responsible ministry to fix the Tomba bridge that has been damaged by heavy rain. 

Maka’a commends MP for Ugi Wharf 

The Premier of Makira Ulawa Province Julian Maka’a has commended the Member of Parliament (MP) for Ugi/Ulawa William Bradford Marau for his push to get the national government to fund the building of the Ugi wharf at Selwyn Bay.

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