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December 14th, 2018
TWO permanent secretaries (PS) were sworn-in on ...

HCC to dissolve Dec ...

December 14th, 2018
LIFE of the Honiara City Council’s (HCC) current ...

Wale: Flawed Bill

December 14th, 2018
THE Chairman of the Bills and Legislation ...

GOV’T HOLD BACK BILL

December 14th, 2018
Proposed law withdrawn from floor of parliament ...

RSIPF meet US ...

December 13th, 2018
The Commissioner of the Royal Solomon Islands ...

Kubota highlights ...

December 13th, 2018
UNITED Nation Development Programme (UNDP) ...

BACK IN JAIL

December 13th, 2018
Bailed alleged robber faces attempted murder ...

$10k in fine for ...

December 11th, 2018
A man who confesses to having in his possession ...

PM reaffirms war on ...

December 11th, 2018
PRIME Minister Rick Hou on Monday called on the ...

JAPANESE ZERO FOUND ...

December 09th, 2018
JAPENESE ZERO was discovered in November at ...

News (9215)

  • 17
  • Mar

VILLAGERS of various communities within the Vaturanga area in North West Guadalcanal are calling on responsible authorities to help mend the old and degrading Kojuku bridge.

  • 17
  • Mar

A woman from Central Islands Province accused of obtaining more than $40,000 under false pretence appeared in the Honiara magistrates’ court, Monday.

  • 17
  • Mar

POPULAR concern citizens group, the Forum Solomon Islands International (FSII) supports the actions taken by Solomon Islands Port Authority (SIPA) employees.

  • 16
  • Mar

GUADALCANAL Leaders both at the Provincial and National level have been called upon to quickly form and dispatch assessment teams to areas throughout the province affected by the recent wet rainy weather.

  • 16
  • Mar

IN a move to kick off talks and negotiations to reopen Russell Islands Plantation Estate Limited (RIPEL), the Lavukal Trust Board (LTB) and the Lavukal House of Chiefs and Elders met with the Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare.

  • 16
  • Mar

The Australian Defence Force has provided support to Solomon Islands with an aerial assessment of Temotu and parts of Malaita following Tropical Cyclone Pam.

  • 16
  • Mar

The National Disaster Management Office (NDMO) and its disaster management stakeholders and partners have been tirelessly working together in finalising an early response plans for the current disaster.

  • 16
  • Mar

Solomon Island Visitors Bureau (SIVB) will organise a half day Service Excellent Training for Immigrations and Police Officers, Wednesday.

  • 16
  • Mar

Former Ports security chief: Security at the nation’s international seaport compromised

  • 16
  • Mar

FUNAFUTI, (RNZI) - The Prime Minister of Tuvalu says nearly half of the population has been displaced by Cyclone Pam.

  • 16
  • Mar

FIJI LIVE - The Fijian Government is on standby to accommodate requests for assistance from the Vanuatu Government, says Minister for National Disaster Management Inia Seruiratu.

  • 16
  • Mar

RED CROSS - As Severe Tropical Cyclone Pam, Tropical Storm Bavi and Cyclone Nathan make their way across the Pacific, the Red Cross is working with both communities and local authorities to prepare for what could become an unprecedented relief response.