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CT scan machine soon

November 27th, 2020
WORK on the much-awaited government-funded CT ...

Court to set new ...

November 27th, 2020
NEW trial dates for One Link Pacifica director, ...

Airlines staff back ...

November 27th, 2020
Members of the Solomon Airlines team have dressed ...

Facebook ban is an ...

November 27th, 2020
Civil Society Organisations in the Solomon ...

SOPE APPROVED

November 27th, 2020
Govt urged to speed the bill Parliament has ...

Ban yeast not ...

November 26th, 2020
Outspoken President of Malaita Provincial Council ...

BNE, AKL, HIR ...

November 26th, 2020
Subject to regulatory approval, the national flag ...

Inmate pleads: stay ...

November 26th, 2020
AN inmate who was invited to speak at the ...

11 doctors graduate ...

November 26th, 2020
Eleven young Solomon Islands doctors graduated ...

Parents of Manila ...

November 26th, 2020
A parent of a student studying in the Philippines ...

News (12158)

  • 27
  • Nov

NEW trial dates for One Link Pacifica director, Gerrad Tauohu who faces numerous false pretence charges is likely to be set next month.

  • 27
  • Nov


Members of the Solomon Airlines team have dressed in orange on Wednesday, to show their support for the United Nations International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women.

  • 27
  • Nov


WORK on the much-awaited government-funded CT scan project is making progress and will soon to boost the country’s health system.

  • 27
  • Nov

Civil Society Organisations in the Solomon Islands are utterly disappointed with the Cabinet’s decision to suspend the world’s biggest social networking site, Facebook.

  • 27
  • Nov

Govt urged to speed the bill

  • 26
  • Nov


AN inmate who was invited to speak at the launching of the 16 days of activism against gender-based violence and domestic violence has made an emotional plea to men and boys to stay away from crime and prison.

  • 26
  • Nov


Eleven young Solomon Islands doctors graduated today (26 November) from the Bridging Internship Program in a special ceremony held at Honiara’s National Referral Hospital (NRH). The program ensures that medical graduates who have returned from overseas study are properly prepared before they commence formal medical intern training. 

  • 26
  • Nov


Outspoken President of Malaita Provincial Council of Women (MPCW) Martha Rurai says the government should work on banning yeast that is used to produce Kwaso and homebrew instead of the controversial Facebook ban.

  • 26
  • Nov


A parent of a student studying in the Philippines has appealed to the government to establish “a clear line of communication” so that parents can access accurate information on the status of their children.

  • 26
  • Nov


PARTNERSHIP Agreements aimed at promoting “Safer Cities for Girls” have been signed-in a tripartite arrangement involving the Plan International Solomon Islands (PISI), the Honiara City Council (HCC) and the Young Women’s Christian Association, (YWCA).

  • 26
  • Nov

Subject to regulatory approval, the national flag carrier will operate a further repatriation flight in early December to bring more stranded Solomon Islands citizens home via New Zealand.

  • 26
  • Nov


East Are’Are workers employed by Australian companies under the Pacific Labour Scheme (PLS) got a farewell from their Member of Parliament, Peter Kenilorea Jnr at the East Are Are Constituency Office (EACO) on Tuesday. 

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