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CBSI: Gov’t records $196m deficit


THE government has recorded a deficit of $196 million in November following a $97 million deficit the previous month. 

11 rescued at sea between Choi, West

Eleven people have been rescued after drifting at sea between Choiseul and Western Province on Sunday, 10 January 2021.

ESP roll-out continues 

The Government’s ESP Committee continues to progress the implementation of the ESP support program into the new year despite media reports about the fund.

Janus still active

POLICE chief Mostyn Mangau says the joint taskforce Janus is still active but at a slow pace due to the Covid-19 operation distractions.

The Island Gospel Music Ministry reaches out to people in Auki

The Island Gospel Music Ministry led by Thomas Giosia has continued to reach out to people in Malaita Province through singing and preaching.

Suspect surrenders to Police 

Officers of the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) at Henderson Police Station have arrested another suspect in relation to Winwin robbery incident in Central Guadalcanal after he surrendered himself to police on 14 January 2021.


THE CLOSURE this week of shops owned and operated by foreigners in the Lungga area has exposed a much bigger problem for owners of large buildings, it was revealed Friday.

Govt's Facebook suspension 

The Government's decision to suspend Facebook has both good and bad sides. Whilst it hinges on the rights of individuals, the government of the day has a right too to make decisions for the good of the nation. 

‘Plant and Play’ program for youths

MEMBER of the Provincial Assembly (MPA) for Ward 29 in Malaita plans to introduce an initiative known as ‘Plant and Play’ program this year.

Solomon’s loss is Marshall Islands’ gain

By Hon. Peter Kenilorea Jr. 
MP East Are Are 
Chairman Foreign Relations Committee

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