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Former cop successfully argues punishment

A former police officer facing traffic offences has been given a lesser fine when he was re-sentenced in the Honiara Magistrates Court recently.

Pacific Corporation Foundation helps in flood recovery work

Oxfam New Zealand has accepted a cheque for almost $1000 today from the Pacific Corporation Foundation toward recovery efforts in the Solomon Islands, following April’s flash flooding that left thousands homeless.

Tubi log case returns to court

THE case involving a Taiwanese national will return to court on August 13.

United Party disassociates itself from UNDP

The United Party of Solomon Islands has disassociated itself from the United Democratic Party – UNDP.

Call for accountability on public funds

Visiting South Guadalcanal Villager, Rughu Poli is calling on the government to ensure recipients of State Funds are accountable and transparent about how they use the money.

NPF belongs to members, not the nation: MMF

Malaita Ma’asina Forum has hit back at NPF deputy manager Mike Wate saying NPF is not a national entity but member’s entity.

The recovery plan for April’s flash floods has been introduced to development partners in two separate presentations over the last week.

Vendors disappear as law enforcers back

THE Honiara City Council (HCC) law enforcers yesterday grazed the main streets of Honiara to remove betel-nut vendors.

Kalu thanks Indonesia for prioritizing relationship

Solomon Islands first ever Ambassador to the Republic of Indonesia Salana Kalu has thanked Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono for his role in prioritizing Solomon Islands bilateral relations and cooperation with Indonesia.

Drivers must be vigilant

DRIVERS have been urged to be on alert when behind the wheels driving.

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