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Cultural practices in MUP to be revived


The Premier of Makira Ulawa Province, Julian Maka’a says his Government of Unity, Reform, and Advancement (GURA) recognizes the need to ensure cultural practices and heritage of the people of Makira Ulawa Province are revived.

Armed men stormed Mamara, chase Chinese workers 


POLICE at Henderson Police Station are investigating an incident involving a group of armed men who entered the Metropolis Development site at Mamara in North West Guadalcanal and damages some properties on Friday, 16 April 2021.

Alleged con-man’s WOA withdrawn

THE warrant of arrest (WOA) issued for the man accused of obtaining a laptop and mobile phone under false pretenses in 2019 from a local phone shop in Honiara had been withdrawn, Monday.

3479 jabbed, no side effects


A TOTAL of 3479 people have been vaccinated so far with no serious side effects being experienced.

IS IT STILL DURABLE?

PM concerns over Parl building

Choudhri: we are lucky to get the vaccine 


SOLOMON Islands is one of the luckiest countries to get the AstraZeneca vaccine.

$26.5M TOP UP


Japan to provide extra fund for airport project

VICTORIOUS ISLANDERS


Islanders Brothers wins Man Up title for the first time

SUSPECT ESCAPED 


Prized ‘potential’ killer of Chinese business woman fled Honiara

Tailings dam poses risk


The Environment and Conservation Division with the support from the National Disaster Management Office (NDMO) is continuing to monitor the Gold Ridge tailings Dam after water level rose to dangerous levels following heavy rainfall in recent weeks.

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