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Sponsored trainee teachers receive allowances

More 400 Solomon Islands national university (SINU) government sponsored teacher trainees at Panatina campus this week received their allowances.

Who should give the correct information?

Some fortnight ago, a front page article carried a story about tubi log export which was widely debated.

International artist arrives at Art Haus

Art Haus Solomon Islands is now hosting its first International artist in residence.

Bad weather force ship to return

BAD weather condition yesterday had forced one of the inter-island shipping vessels MV Bikoi 1 to return to Auki port.

Chiefs issue stop notice to fishermen

FISHING grounds in parts of West Russell, Central province are out of bound for fishing.

Cross examination in Pacha’s case continues

Lawyer representing the Member of Parliament (MP) for South Guadalcanal David Dei Pacha will continue cross-examine a prosecution witness next week.

Lungga murder trial continues

Hearing on the murder case in relation to the murder of a man at Lungga, East Honiara in 2010 continues today.

Man guilty of raping student

The man on trial for the rape of a student at Gizo in 2010 has been found guilty of the rape offences yesterday in Gizo, during a High Court circuit.

No-case to answer next

Lawyers representing the three young men accused of the murder of a man at Vura 3, Honiara in 2012 will be presenting their no case to answer submissions next month.

Workshop to produce gender monograph conducted

The Solomon Islands national statistics office has conducted a workshop to review the first draft report of the first gender monograph.

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