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THE controversial Constituency Development Fund ...

New textbooks for ...

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  VARIOUS schools in east Guadalcanal have ...

BRC registration ...

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Cruz ward youths ...

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YOUTHS of Cruz Ward 4 in Honiara on Thursday ...

POB celebrates 5th ...

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THE Pan Oceanic Bank (POB) on Thursday morning ...

Candidates warned, ...

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The Solomon Islands Electoral Office (SIEO) is ...

Police probe ...

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POLICE say they are looking into the purported ...

GOV’T URGED TO ...

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THE Malaita Maasina Forum (MMF) is pursuing for ...

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  • 20
  • Nov

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

  • 20
  • Nov

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

  • 20
  • Nov

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

  • 20
  • Nov

After 30 years, voters showed veteran politician the exit door

  • 20
  • Nov

RENBEL Constituency will proceed with its counting this morning.

  • 20
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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.

  • 20
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LOSING candidates in Wednesday’s polls are encouraged to work hard, instead of being discouraged.

  • 20
  • Nov

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.

  • 20
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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.

  • 20
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Counting of all the ballot papers for the three Constituencies in Choiseul Province will kicked off 9am this morning in Taro.

  • 19
  • Nov

THE NATIONAL - Papua New Guinea's first female micro bank has been ranked  one of the 50 leading women companies from the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC).

  • 16
  • Nov

Food security in Pacific countries could be under threat if oversized tuna vessels such as the Spanish owned Albatun Tres and Albacora Uno are allowed to continue fishing at current rates, Greenpeace says.