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 PM’s OFFICE TIGHT-LIPPED

……. on Djokovic’s high court ruling

Malaita Chief wants east Road fixed 


A concerned chief in Malaita has called on responsible authorities to fix the east road as soon as possible.

WHERE IS MALAITA IN THE SCHEME OF THINGS?


FORMER Police Commissioner, Frank Short shares his view on how Solomon Islands has benefitted from the Australian Defence Cooperation Program.

Gov’t needs SBD$11m to activate CT scan 


The government through the Ministry of Health & Medical Services (MHMS) will need another SBD$11 million dollars before the Computer Tomography (CT) scan at the National Referral Hospital (NRH) is operational, it was revealed.

HMAS Maitland is here


Royal Australian Navy vessel HMAS Maitland is in Solomon Islands to support regional fisheries operations and Solomon Islands’ maritime and border security efforts. 

Damaged Dala Bridge to be fixed 


The damaged Dala Bridge in West Kwara’ae will be fixed soon, says the Ministry of Infrastructure Development.

SIBA president under the spotlight to step aside

THE President of the Solomon Islands Law Association (SIBA), Eran Soma, has been asked to “step aside” from representing Pamela Kimberly, the Respondent in cc417 of 2006 or “expose himself to serious consequences”, it was warned, Friday.

Djokovic to appeal citizenship ruling


CHIEF of Staff Robson Djokovic who was stripped of his citizenship by the High Court said he would appeal the ruling, which declared him as an indigenous Solomon Islander but not a citizen.

SURVIVORS WERE IN SEARCH OF FOOD


IT has emerged that five Temotuans who were adrift at sea for 15 days last month were on their way to collect food from Utupua in the Reef Islands when they met rough seas.

THE GOOD NEWS OF THE 4TH USP CAMPUS

We ended this week on a high note.

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