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QUARANTINE is planning to conduct checks on all goods bound for the provinces at the Honiara wharves.

  • 17
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COUNCIL will soon receive the two public toilets from the Ministry of Infrastructure Development (MID).

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Honiara city council has been urged to improve the condition of its public toilets as they have become a health risk to the public.

  • 17
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FRUSTRATED community members of Fishing village have expressed disappointment over the ongoing row between vendors and businessman James Fang over the closure of an area along the road used as a market for vendors.

  • 17
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Alota’a community high school near Auki, Malaita is currently experiencing water shortage following lack of rain over the past two weeks and it had affected students.

  • 17
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MANY Temotu communities affected by the February 2013 tsunami are on their way back to normalcy, thanks to the resilience of communities and some assistance from various organisations.

  • 17
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A test flight to Lomlom airport will be conducted this month says the director of civil aviation.

  • 17
  • Sep

THOUSANDS of people living far west of Guadalcanal will be cut off from the city if the government fails to pay-up $1.6 million by tomorrow.

  • 17
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The continuing financial woes causing the hiccup to Malaita’s provincial government's direct employees since last week has forced workers to boycott work on Tuesday.

  • 17
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THE fate of the former Central Bank officer Philip Bobongi will be decided soon.

  • 17
  • Sep

The High Court is currently on a two-week vacation.

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TWO men have been remanded in custody for the alleged armed robbery of more than $50,000 in front of the Westpac Bank, Honiara in June this year.

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