Solomon Islands leading daily newspaper - Solomon Star News - Solomon Star News

SINU sets to ...

August 17th, 2017
SOLOMON Islands National University (SINU) will ...

New security treaty ...

August 17th, 2017
AUSTRALIA and Solomon Islands have signed a new ...

Renbell Premier ...

August 17th, 2017
PREMIER of  Rennell Bellona Collin Tesuatai ...

Automatic ...

August 17th, 2017
An Automatic hydrometric weather station was ...

USP to open new ...

August 17th, 2017
The University of the South Pacific’s (USP) ...

LUSIBAEA: WHY I WAS ...

August 17th, 2017
Axed minister speaks out NORTH Malaita MP ...

Govt pledges ...

August 17th, 2017
The Government will continue to work with its ...

RSIPF officially ...

August 17th, 2017
RSIPF today officially welcomed the new Minister ...

PS MURRAY ARRESTED

August 17th, 2017
Faces multiple charges of official corruption ...

Suspect arrested in ...

August 16th, 2017
A 19-year old male suspect has been arrested at ...

News (7818)

  • 10
  • Aug

The Government is committed to providing Submarine Cable infrastructure for purposes of enhancing the national telecommunications network.

  • 11
  • Aug

To resolve the impasse that the Honiara City Council faces, the Attorney General’s (AG) Chamber has advised the Minister of Home Affairs to form a committee and investigate the allegations leveled against City Mayor Andrew Mua.

  • 10
  • Aug

A LOCAL conservationist is calling for an investigation into the legality of MEGA logging company operation in east Are’are, Malaita province.

  • 10
  • Aug

For any protest to take place in Auki town it must first be endorsed by the Malaita provincial premier and the provincial secretary says Malaita Provincial Police Commander.

  • 10
  • Aug

AS the country’s low lying islands went under the water due to sea level rise, those affected have been forced to relocate to higher grounds.

  • 10
  • Aug

MAINTAINING and strengthening security, law and order in Malaita province is everybody’s responsibility says Malaita premier Peter Ramohia.

  • 10
  • Aug

The RSIPF has welcomed the support from members of the public following the successful raid at the Lio Ridge area in East Honiara last weekend which resulted in the arrest of four suspects and the confiscation of 2,000 litres of the illegal substance kwaso with an estimated street value of $100,000.00.

  • 10
  • Aug

THE fact that Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI) are silently increasing in rural communities, youths are encouraged to utilize the Voluntary Confidential Counselling Testing Clinics.

  • 10
  • Aug

RNZI: Papua New Guinea's prime minister Peter O'Neill has unveiled his cabinet, featuring a mix of new and old hands on key ministerial portfolios.

  • 10
  • Aug

There is a notable increase of fake or counterfeit banknotes currently circulating within the country.

  • 10
  • Aug

FOUR local government officers will be undertaking two years of study in South Korea under the Korean government.

Page 6 of 489