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Four more quarantine stations for West, Choiseul

The Government has approved four additional Quarantine Stations for Choiseul and Western Provinces. 

Gilbert Camp’s crime free initiative

GILBERT Camp, once rated as a hotspot for unlawful activities in Honiara, is changing its image for the better following the implementation of G-Camp Community Policing in July.

PM congratulates the two new elected MPs

PRIME Minister Manasseh on Monday officially welcomed the two new elected Members of Parliament after their victory during the recent bye-elections.

Teachers’ travel allowance paid

THE Ministry of Education and Human Resource Development (MEHRD) has started releasing traveling allowances for all its teachers as of last week.


Delivery of projects for North East Guadalcanal Constituency is now underway.

Panadol shortage hits Gizo hospital

GIZO Hospital patients prescribed to take Panadol are told to buy the medicine from shops in Gizo Town due to a shortage of panadol at the hospital’s pharmacy.

PM hits out at ‘FB’ critics

Freedom of expression is intact

Concerns raised over UK cases

Health authorities have raised a new concern in relation to the virulence of the COVID-19 strain that came in from the United Kingdom. The soccer players have now been in the country for 4 weeks.

 The Commissioner of the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) Mostyn Mangau congratulates the RSIPF Royals women’s football team after being crowned the champions of the inaugural women’s premier league after winning their final match in Honiara yesterday (22 November 2020).

Graduates from SIG Quarantine Stations

A total of sixty (60) persons have graduated from different SIG Quarantine Stations after completing their mandatory quarantined periods last week.

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