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Gov’t intervenes, SINU Council furious


THE Solomon Islands National University (SINU) saga has taken another twist.

PM: gov’t budget needs redirection


Prime Minister (PM) Manasseh Sogavare says the government’s budget needs redirection. 

SIFF to discuss blacklisted officials


The Solomon Islands Football Federation (SIFF) Executive will meet on Saturday to look into the issue of blacklisting of six football officials by the National Olympic Committee of Solomon Islands (NOCSI).

Some MPs’ behaviors worry Makira leaders 

MAKIRA leaders who have asked that their identities are withheld claim the immoral behaviors of some members of the National Parliament are worrying, and are uncalled for. 

City regains fourth spot


HONIARA City FC moved up the Telekom S-league table to the fourth spot with 13 points following their recent 3-1 against fellow debutant Southern United FC on Wednesday.

NWGDA women assured of help


Minister of Women, Youth, Children, and Family Affairs (MWYCFA) has assured female members of North West Guadalcanal Development Association (NWGDA) of the government’s support.

Calls for BSP to expand services in Gizo

WITH the rising numbers of Bank South Pacific (BSP) customers accessing services at the Gizo branch after the closure of ANZ in Gizo, Western Province, there are calls for BSP to expand its services.

Ousted MPs’ wives join race 


THE spouses of two ousted Members of Parliament (MP) for Central Honiara and North East Guadalcanal constituencies are in the political race for a seat in next month’s by-election.

Wale hails FIB


LEADER of Opposition Matthew Wale commends Foreign Investment Board (FIB) for demanding Mas Solo Investment to explain its tubi dealings and calls for stringent follow-throughs.

Heated closing for WPA

THE WESTERN Provincial Assembly (WPA) ended with a fiery closing on Thursday as members of the Assembly took time to utilize the motion of Sine Die that was moved the day before by premier David Gina.

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