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News (11270)

  • 02
  • Jul

MORE than 200 heads of cattle intended for breeding purposes on Malaita have died, according to reports from Maoa Village in West Kwaio, where the Government-funded multi-million dollar cattle rehabilitation scheme is based.

  • 02
  • Jul

THE proposed Fiu hydro-power project is set to roll.

  • 02
  • Jul

THE board of Solomon Islands National Provident Fund (SINPF) has vigorously defended the decision to jointly loan $70 million to SIEA (Solomon Islands Electricity Authority).

  • 02
  • Jul

Flood Victims accommodated at the Panatina FOPA village say the national disaster management office has failed them.

  • 02
  • Jul

A MEMBER of Kochiabolo, one of the four core tribes working with the government to acquire his land for the Tina River Hydro Development, has cautioned members of the Bahomea and Malango Houses of Chiefs to be aware of the real intentions of certain individuals who are using the project to gain political favour.

  • 02
  • Jul

ABOUT six American doctors completed a medical tour of Marovo, Western province, last month.

  • 02
  • Jul

THE Joint Civil Society Groups & Concerned Citizens (JCSG & CC) calls on the government and relevant authorities to immediately investigate the failed Non-Directional Beacons (NDB) provincial airports rehabilitation project under the Ministry of Aviation.

  • 02
  • Jul

A PROPOSED Malaita Vector Borne Disease Control Program (MVBDCP) survey scheduled to start this month has been postponed for February next year.

  • 02
  • Jul

YOUTHS are the most vulnerable group to social issues like teenage pregnancy, suicide, and mental illness says the Director of the Ministry of Women, Youths and Children Affairs Edward Anisitolo.

  • 02
  • Jul

VENDORS have continued to call on responsible authorities to mend the south road, which is in its worst state due to the continuous wet weather experienced in Malaita.

  • 02
  • Jul

SUPPORTERS and voters of Aoke Langalanga Member of Parliament, Mathew Wale have queried what they described as “uneven distribution of solar panels and projects” over the past few weeks.

  • 02
  • Jul

A GROUP of youths within the South road continues to ignore calls by police to stop setting up road blocks and demanding money from vehicles travelling through the area.
Reports reaching this paper stated that a group of young boys have over the past two weeks set up road blocks near Magi Village, demanding each vehicle to pay $100 before being allowed to pass through.