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RSIPF assistant chief visits Isabel 


THE Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) Assistant Commissioner (AC) Provincial Joseph Manelugu has visited officers at the Buala Police Station in the Isabel Province from 6 to 11 July 2020.

TSI: use funds transparently

 


TRANSPARENCY Solomon Islands Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Ms Ruth Liloqula demands that the government and the COVID-19 Oversight Committee to be transparent in their handling of the COVID-19 funds during the State of Public Emergency (SoPE).

Youths to go into Kava farming 

YOUTHS of Fulifoe village in north Malaita are set to go into kava farming.

Chief: ESP awareness on Malaita a failure


A CHIEF from East Fataleka in Malaita Province has voiced his disappointment over lack of Economic Stimulus Package (ESP) awareness in Ward 14.

Bilikiki training to resume

THE country’s beach soccer team, Bilikiki will resume training once they are given the green light by the Solomon Islands Football Federation (SIFF).

16 approved quarantine sites 


A TOTAL of 16 quarantine stations (QS) have been approved by the government following a recent amendment to the Emergency Powers (Declaration of Quarantine Stations) Order 2020 (No.3).

No cases at Magistrate’s Court until Thurs


NO criminal, civil, or family matters have been heard or listed in the Honiara Magistrates’ Court as of Monday.

Man sentenced for raping mute girl released 

A MAN who raped a 19-year-old mute girl in Isabel Province in 2016 and sentenced to seven years in jail was released on Tuesday.

Kenilorea: focus on border


‘Halt the virus at our borders’

Testing capabilities now expand 


MINISTRY of Health and Medical Services has expanded its testing capabilities beyond Honiara. 

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