Athletes abroad safe

SOLOMON Islands sports athletes living overseas are safe from the current coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, according to reports reaching Star Sports. Star Sports have been in contact with some of the athletes overseas and has received reports that no one has been reported to have been infected with the coronavirus. “We are fine, none of us…

Quarantined passengers taken care of

The more than 60 incoming passengers who are currently undergoing the compulsory 14-days quarantine at the Institutional Quarantine Sites were well taken care of since its establishment on 25th March 2020.  Solomon Islands bound passengers were chaperoned from the arrival lounge and transported directly to the quarantine sites (Guadalcanal Beach Resort, VIMO Apartment and Solomon…

Govt to financially support students

Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare has assured our students overseas that the government will provide financial assistance to ensure their safety and comfort in their host countries amidst the current Covid-19 global pandemic. Mr. Sogavare further assured parents that the government is in active contact with host governments as well our diplomatic missions overseas to monitor…

Solomon Water assures clients

SOLOMON Water says it will continue to provide safe clean water and other related services to our valued customers in the midst of the coronavirus threat. The assurance, which Solomon Water says was part of its Business Continuity Planning, goes to customers in Honiara, Auki, Tulagi and Noro. “As an essential service provider, our critical…

Air Nauru’s stopover clarified

THE arrival of an Air Nauru flight into Honiara international airport over the weekend is to get fuel. A government official made the clarification following concerns raised by a number of Honiara residents as to why an aircraft arrived on Saturday following the order issued by Prime Minister Manasseh Sgovare to close international flight services…