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Wale calls for moratorium on all forms of mining


LEADER of Opposition, Matthew Wale has called for a moratorium to be placed on all forms of mining in the country until proper management and regulatory systems are put in place to safeguard our people and our non- renewable resources.

MUSTARD SEED REACTS 


THE controversial Health Scheme Mustard Seed International (MSI) is not a health insurance organisation as speculated by some of their angry clients, according to their officials, Tuesday.

CSSI officers now manning Q’sites


CORRECTIONAL Service Solomon Islands (CSSI) officers are now providing security services at the government designated quarantine stations.

ACCIDENT CLAIMS MAN’S LIFE


A MAN has lost his life in a Rav4 accident while three others escaped death in Auki, Malaita province.

TIKOPIA AUTOMATIC WEATHER STATION FIXED, UP AND OPERATIONAL


THE Solomon Islands Meteorology Services is able to provide weather information from Tikopia Island again after the Automatic Weather Station (AWS) was fixed during the recent Prime Minister’s tour to the island. 

Stolen car crashes in Police chase 

AN alleged car theft incident yesterday has ended abruptly after a high-speed police chase from China to Kukum saw the vehicle crashed into the road-side railing, just few metres from the Kukum traffic Police post.

CBSI warns against false currency ‘Sol York’


THE Central Bank of Solomon Islands (CBSI) would like to caution members of the public of a fake new currency called "Sol York currency" as claimed by its promoters.

AIPF SI Ltd: Our response to all media allegations

I WANT to debunk many allegations levelled against AIPF: “only moving ships cause waves...” We have reviewed most allegations and we have concluded they lack substance and reason. None the less, we wish to offer (without prejudice) our take on the topics thus far: 

CAUSE condemn Graffiti on Vura Heights road

THE CAUSE Project has learned of some graffiti writing carved into the newly constructed concrete road at Vura heights. 

SINU GIVES ‘OK’

THE Solomon Islands National University (SINU) has permitted students with outstanding fees to sit for their semester 1- final exams.

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