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‘The time is right to rearm’

THE Regional Assistance Mission to Solomon Islands (RAMSI) believes the time is right for Royal Solomon Islands police force (RSIPF) to pursue the limited rearmament of its police.

PENALTY LOOMS…For people who registered more than once

People who have registered more than once are likely to face heavy penalty depending on the investigation by the Solomon Islands Electoral Commission (SIEC).

Govt urged to clarify fund payout

The Joint Civil Society Groups & Concerned Citizens (JCSG & CC) calls on the government to clarify the latest payment of a total of $2.3 million to six (6) NCRA MPs from the ROC funded National Development Fund (NDF).

More members joins UDP

The United Democratic Party (UDP) has welcomed more members and supporters at its camp in Honiara Hotel yesterday.

Some political parties will refuse to register

Some political parties that have sitting Members of Parliament (MP) will refuse to register their parties even if the new enacted Political Parties Integrity Bill requires political parties to do to contest general elections.

Party reaches 150 members

The United Democratic Party (UDP) has registered more than 150 of members.

Govt congratulates RAMSI

The country’s acting Prime Minister Honorable Manasseh Maelanga has sent greetings to all participating Forum Island Countries of the Regional Assistance Mission to Solomon Islands (RAMSI) on the Mission’s 11th Anniversary.

Gozoruru rice project abandoned

Gozoruru rice project in Isabel province was closed down due to insufficient funds forcing its causal workers to walk off the field some three months ago.

World Bank, EASI to host a seminar on jobs

Globally, employment is the largest source of household income, and employment-related changes are key to a household’s transitions out of poverty.

Teachers absenteeism affect students

Parents of Nafinua community high school in East Kwara’ae, Malaita province are concern with the continuous issues of teachers’ absenteeism which affected students from both primary and secondary.

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