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High risk flight, Feb 7


THE proposed flight for the 7 February 2021 is purposely to bring in people from high-risk countries.

SIFF welcomes FIFA’s decision


OCEANIA has one direct entry and a playoff spot for the upcoming 2023 Women’s World Cup. 

Retired Bishop of Malaita, Raymond Aumae laid to rest


WHEN he was consecrated as the Third Bishop of Malaita on 20th May 1990, thousands of people including Archbishops and Bishops from here and abroad turned out to witness Bishop Raymond Aumae’s installation.

288 Fiji-based students arrive

Two hundred and eighty-eight Solomon Island students have been repatriated back into the country, Tuesday.

Top brass contradict each other on leaked exam


THE Permanent Secretary (PS) of the Ministry of Education and Human Resources Development (MEHRD), Dr. Franco Rodie, and his deputy, James Bosamata, have contradicted each other over alleged cheating in national exams this year.

264 still in Quarantine


A TOTAL of 264 personals are still occupying the quarantine stations undergoing the quarantine process.

Second suspect in gold robbery incident nabbed

A 29-year old male suspect in relation to an alleged robbery incident at the Winwin mining company operating in Central Guadalcanal was arrested on Monday morning.

RSIPF officers investigate fatal accident in Malaita Province


Officers of the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) in Auki are investigating a fatal accident of a male person in his mid-20s along the Busurata road in Central Kwara’ae on 25 December 2020.

$60M PAYMENT

SINPF Board purchase new gov’t long term development bond

Yogesh clarifies Vaccines entry


THE World Health Organisation (WHO) office in Honiara has confirmed that no COVID-19 Vaccines will be imported and be used in the Solomon Islands unless those vaccines are approved by WHO.

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