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Chan: Govt must venture into manufacturing local products

POWERFUL Honiara Businessman, Sir Thomas Chan is calling on any new government formed this year to work together with international partners and donors to assist local business houses to manufacture local products for export.

Businesses warned over robbery 

BUSINESSES and business owners around the country were being urged to take extra precautions as robbery incidents are increasing at the moment .

Mua trial adjourned

CHIEF Magistrate Emma Garo has granted an adjournment for the prosecution’s “crucial” witness in the Dickson Mua fraud trial to recover, before giving evidence on February 26.

Man, 60, accused of raping girl, 15

A 60-YEAR-OLD man has been remanded in custody for allegedly raping a 15-year-old girl in a dark tinted taxi at a road side at Ranadi over the weekend.


Group eyes trading votes for cash

More new hilux for police

ROYAL Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) has commissioned six brand new D-Max Isuzu vehicles, Thursday.

Aipia: Arrest BDM harvesters using dredging nets

A GOOD number of beche-de-mer harvesters in Ontong Java have been caught using dredging nets in the process, during the current open period.

Police accused of ‘threatening’ witness


Kenilorea: MPs must pay tax

ALL Members of Parliament (MP) will pay their taxes should United Party (UP) leads the next government after April’s National General Election.

UP to launch campaign

SOLOMON Islands United Party will launch its 2019 campaign and commission its candidates today at the National Museum arena in Honiara.

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