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SHOOT TO SAVE

A TEAM of local photographers in Honiara over the weekend went on a shooting spree with their digital cameras to raise much needed funds to a young seek medical attention abroad.

Leak septic tank disturbs students

STUDENTS studying at the University of the South Pacific (USP) in Honiara have voiced out their complaints on the continuous bad smell coming out from a leak septic tank at the Lawson Tama campus.

DISHONEST VOTERS WARNED

THE Solomon Islands Electoral Commission (SIEC) says it would take tough action against registered voters who are providing false information when applying for a transfer.

Girl, 15, crashed to death

A 15-year-old female has died as a result of a car collision at the Honiara City Council (HCC) roundabout opposite the Solomon Water office on Saturday night.

SICCI's announces new CEO

The Solomon Islands Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SICCI) wishes to announce it has a new Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Elect.

PR chances for farm workers in Canada



CANADIAN businesses are considering piloting a project that will see a Permanent Residency Nomination opportunity for Solomon Islands agriculture workers in Canada.

Positive result from ‘NOD’ communities



THE northern region of Malaita has experienced a drop in sickness related to open defecation practises in the community.

Chiefs maintain law and order in MOI

CHIEFS continue to play the role of the law enforcement agencies in the Ontong Java region of the Malaita Outer Islands (MOI).

Request to collect croc DNA sample

A CROCODILE specialist from Australia has requested local responsible authorities to collect DNA samples of crocodile whenever an execution or survey exercise on the reptile are being carried out in the country.

Business forum starts



THE 10th Australia-Solomon Islands Business Forum started on Wednesday in Brisbane, Australia.

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