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PRC supports govt with $1.2m

MP on Facebook


MEMBER of Parliament (MP) for East Central Guadalcanal says the move to temporarily suspend Facebook (FB) in the country is important to manage information.

Efona vows to serve


RECENTLY elected Member of Parliament (MP) for Central Honiara has thanked the people of Central Honiara for giving him the mandate to represent them in Parliament and vows to serve them.

SICCI meets with Japanese Ambassador


The Solomon Islands Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SICCI) expressed its appreciation to the Government and the people of Japan for their continuous support to infrastructure development in the Solomon Islands.

Mentally-ill man accused of lock-down breach

A mentally disabled man accused of breaching the Covid-19 related lockdown in May is required to attend court on Friday.

Miss Solomons to feature in BBC’s climate action debate


Miss Solomon Islands Gladys Habu will feature in a one-day climate change program via the BBC tomorrow as part of her climate action advocacy. 

No new COVID case


SOLOMON Islands did not record any COVID-19 cases this week and the number of positive cases in quarantine is also reduced to eight.

Late PNG envoy farewelled


THE Late Papua New Guinea (PNG) Acting High Commissioner to the Solomon Islands Dr. John Balavu was formally farewelled before being flown back to his home country, Monday.

Inflation drops by 0.7% in August


The National Consumer Price Index (CPI) has dropped 0.7 percent to 105.1 in August 2020 and rebounded by 0.3 percent to 105.4 in September 2020. The Solomon Islands National Statistics Office (SINSO) revealed in its latest NCPI statistical report.

Officers of the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) at the Kirakira Police Station in Makira Ulawa Province have arrested 10 men with their age ranging from 17 to 38 years for allegedly brewing kwaso at Wainari’i Village in West Makira on 24 November 2020.

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