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POLICE Commissioner, Frank Prendergast has called on the general public to stay away from counting stations both in Honiara and the provinces as counting started yesterday.

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COMMISSIONER of Police Frank Prendergast has commended Solomon Islanders for helping make Wednesday’s National General Election Day a peaceful one.

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COUNTING of election ballot papers in Temotu Province continues today after the process was suspended 5pm yesterday.

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THREE former Members of Parliament (MP) for the Honiara constituencies are leading the election race at the close of counting yesterday evening.

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OBSERVERS from the Commonwealth are still in different provinces observing the counting phase of the elections.

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Kirakira Police officers have confiscated 11 cartons of beer and a bucket of homebrew from Ulawa Island during the polling day.

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After 30 years, voters showed veteran politician the exit door

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RENBEL Constituency will proceed with its counting this morning.

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The Caretaker Premier of Central Island Province has thanked all the registered voters of Gela and Savo/Russell Constituencies for the successful polling day on Wednesday.

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LOSING candidates in Wednesday’s polls are encouraged to work hard, instead of being discouraged.

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CARETAKER Prime Minister, Gordon Darcy Lilo has denied reports circulating both in Honiara and in the Western Province of him being ill and in critical condition.

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CHURCH leaders from around the country have called on the general public to demonstrate sensitivity ahead of the declaration of election results, Thursday.