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  • Gold dealer to face court
  • Alleged robber to face court again
  • Possible plea on manslaughter next 
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THE World Health Organisation (WHO) office here says it is committed towards the Mental Health Campaign locally and abroad. 

  • 12
  • Oct



THE newly opened Tatamba Police Post costs $700,000.

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THE Ministry of Fisheries and Marine Resources says the chuppu presentation ceremony last week marks its commitment and endurance to addressing the social issue which clouded the progress of development at Aruligo.

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MORE than 500 students of St Nicholas College participated in an end year graduation ceremony, Friday.

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Rosana Vaginoda Chan scooped five awards during St Nicholas end-year graduation on Friday.

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PRINCIPAL of Selwyn College Naphtali Lakwolly says the Photovoltaic (PV) and Diesel Generator jointly funded by the European Union and the government will definitely cut the school’s budget for electricity supply.

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ACTING Prime Minister Manasseh Maelanga has met with Asian Development Bank (ADB) Executives at the Office of the Prime Minister & Cabinet on Friday, a PMO statement said.

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THE Government has approved an increase of the PAYE zero tax threshold from $15,080 to $30,080, a government statement says.

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  • Oct

THE 43 names that appeared twice on the Honiara’s selected supervisors and enumerators for the upcoming national census were the result of a printing error.

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