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June 02nd, 2020
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June 02nd, 2020
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News (11301)

  • 21
  • May

A thread on renowned face book page Forum Solomon Islands International (FSII) urging Malaitans to return has attracted overwhelming support from members.

  • 21
  • May

The Royal Solomon Island Police Force (RSIPF) Acting Police Commissioner Madam Juanita Matanga, have urged the people of Honiara in particular, to continue and keep the peace despite the situation on Friday that have shaken our country and disturbed the peace our people have enjoyed over the years.

  • 21
  • May

Former Guadalcanal premier Stephen Panga blamed the Guadalcanal provincial speaker Able Arambola for being responsible for the whole province’s political impasse.

  • 21
  • May

Ministry of infrastructure development (MID) has confirmed the arrival of the Bailey Bridge yesterday.

  • 21
  • May

Workers who were forced on suspension as St Barbara Mining officials left operations at Gold Ridge are asking the government what options it has not to allow the company to return and clean up its mess.

  • 21
  • May

Member for Northwest Choiseul and a former Prime Minister, Manasseh Sogavare has side stepped the political integrity Bill terming it as partial and not fulfilling the whole intension of addressing real political stability.  

  • 21
  • May

TRANSPORT owners and drivers are calling on responsible authorities to help start develop and improve infrastructures on the South road.

  • 21
  • May

POLICE have dismissed claims of cannibalism alleged to have taken place and practiced by a man in East Kwaio, labeling it as misleading and falsified information.

  • 21
  • May

RESIDENTS of Auki have uttered concern over the piles of rubbish in front of the Auki wharf.

  • 21
  • May

THE continuous heavy downpour in Auki over the past three days has forced schools in town to cancel classes and students sent back home.

  • 21
  • May

EFFICIENT water supply has successfully been restored at Kilufi hospital after weeks of water shortages.

  • 21
  • May

REPORTS have surfaced of road blocks being set up along the south road near U’ura village, Central Kwara’ae over the past week.