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CHARLES KARAORI – the pro-transparency campaigner on the disbursements of the government’s Economic Stimulus Package (ESP) – has issued a “please explain” to the Minister of Finance and Treasury, the Permanent Secretary, and the Secretary of the ESP Oversight committee.

Vunagi calls for youth empowerment


THE Governor-General of Solomon Islands Sir David Vunagi says the country must be vigilant about the increase of its population in the absence of capacity.

ADVANCED TEAM IN BEIJING 


For opening of new embassy

TSL set to resume


Matches to kick off this weekend

Scout for top swimmers

THE Solomon Islands Swimming Federation (SISF) will return to the Telina, Marovo Lagoon in the Western Province to scout for top swimmers with impressive swim timings.

Man fails to wake up from sleep  

A MAN was found dead on one of the ships that berth outside of Bahai harbour in Honiara during the early hours of Sunday morning after failing to wake up from his sleep.

More suspects in Winwin robbery nabbed

Officers of the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) at Henderson have arrested two suspects in relation to Winwin robbery incident in Central Guadalcanal.

Girl, 15, tricked, raped

A YOUNG girl aged 15 has been tricked and allegedly raped in West Kwaio, Malaita Province during the Christmas week. 

Afio-Olusuú road link in Small Malaita needs urgent upgrade


Once, easy road access connecting communities from Afio to Olusuú in Small Malaita, the Afio- Olusuú road link for the past decade has not lived up to the expectation of the people with eight broken bridges preventing vehicles from using the full length of the road. 


Opposition Leader, Hon. Matthew Wale is disappointed with revelations that the huge government Mamara Tasifarongo Housing Development Project for public servants in the Northwest Guadalcanal plains, has no room for the recruitment of locals and questions why this is so.

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