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Border at big risk 

The Western border continues to pose a greater cause of concern to the country in relation to COVID-19 security. 


• 2021 Budget into 2nd reading

• SIEA tariff rates reduction by May 

China engineers arrive Tuesday

TWENTY-four (24) engineers from China will arrive in the country today to help construct the new fourth University of the Pacific (USP) campus in Honiara.


Govt takes steps to promote domestic tourism


Government will soon monitor ‘fake’ FB users

Exam markers still awaiting payment

MORE than 200 teachers who marked high school exam papers in 2020 say there are still waiting to be paid their allowances – almost a year after they had completed their assignment.

Holy Cross Catholic youths stages ‘Crucifixion’ drama

THOUSANDS of Christians in Honiara have turned up at the Holy Cross Cathedral to commemorate the crucifixion of Jesus Christ on Good Friday.

Illegal Bech-de-mer harvesters nabbed

OFFICERS of the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) at the Central Police Station in Honiara City assisted officials of the Ministry of Fisheries have arrested two suspects at the Honiara domestic wharf, Wednesday this week for illegal harvesting of beche-de-mer.

Huge 'mismatch' in 2021 Budget and Redirection Policy

AS the Government prepares to bring down its 2021 $4 billion-plus budget, a huge ‘mismatch’ appears to exist between the Budget estimates and the Government’s Redirection Policy, a special investigation by Solomon Star has uncovered.

Two arrested over teacher’s death at Bahai

TWO of the three men suspected of assaulting an elderly man at Bahai, Central Honiara on March 26, had been arrested after the man died two days later at the National Referral Hospital (NRH), Police Chief Mostyn Mangau told reporters Friday.

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