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NAYA Company gives back to communities


DESPITE the challenges faced by the country’s economy and businesses amidst the global pandemic COVID-19 a locally owned NAYA Company reached out to do road constructions for church-based intuitions outside of Honiara.

Investors: is the gov’t shutting us?


FOREIGN shop owners mostly Chinese are questioning the actions taken against them by Foreign Investment Board (FIB) Deputy Director, Lynette Dawheya of the ill-treatment they received.

Noni buyer to set-up in Auki soon


A  NONI buyer will soon set up an outlet in Auki to buy Noni from farmers in Malaita Province.

In Court with Assumpta

* Foreign sailors to plea today
* Auki murder trial continues today  

* Female murder accused to be summoned 

Chinese envoy in West


CHINESE AMBASSADOR His Excellency Li Ming has arrived in Western Province with the first leg of his visit stopping over in Munda, Tuesday.

ELECTIONS POWERS TRANSFERRED


Administration functions of Electoral Office to PM’s Office

HCC schools to resume on 1st February

All schools under the Honiara City Council Education Authority will resume classes for the 2021 Academic year on 1st February 2021.

Domestic violence, sorcery related crime on the rise in Malaita

 

Domestic Violence (DV) and sorcery-related crime are on the rise in Malaita Province says the Acting Provincial Police Commander (PPC) for Malaita Province Inspector Machiel Ramosaea.

VIRUS REACTIVATE


Patient previously tested negative is positive again

TRAGIC LOSS


Two lives lost, one in critical condition following fatal crash

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