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Tailings dam poses ...

April 16th, 2021
The Environment and Conservation Division with ...

Siapu hopes to ...

April 16th, 2021
NEW Honiara City Mayor-elect, Cr Eddie Siapu has ...

‘HELP ME’

April 16th, 2021
The final words from shop owner to her husband ...

POTENTIAL SUSPECT ...

April 16th, 2021
Police identify ‘Potential suspect’ in White ...

Car missing, search ...

April 15th, 2021
THE hunt for a privately owned car that was ...

Traditional, ...

April 15th, 2021
RARIPAINA Biodiversity Conservation Association ...

POTHOLE PROTEST

April 15th, 2021
Villagers unhappy with the roads by planting ...

Two provincial ward ...

April 15th, 2021
TWO provincial ward By-Elections will also go to ...

New markets outside ...

April 15th, 2021
THE Government is proposing to build two new ...

Veke: 2021 budget ...

April 15th, 2021
  THE 2021 Budget can be described as the ‘most ...
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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.

Siapu hopes to solve short bus route issue


NEW Honiara City Mayor-elect, Cr Eddie Siapu has assured residents in Honiara that his government will take into serious consideration the never-ending ‘short bus routes’ that are affecting city commuters, daily.

‘HELP ME’


The final words from shop owner to her husband

POTENTIAL SUSPECT IDENTIFIED


Police identify ‘Potential suspect’ in White Angel Building murder

Laugu’s new coach

 


LAUGU FC will head into the new Telekom Super League (TSL) season under the command of new coach Luke Eroi.

Car missing, search still on


THE hunt for a privately owned car that was stolen last week is still underway.

Traditional, cultural heritage workshop held in West Are'Are

RARIPAINA Biodiversity Conservation Association held a three-day traditional and cultural heritage safeguarding workshop at Haukona village in West Are'Are.

POTHOLE PROTEST

Villagers unhappy with the roads by planting suckers in muddy potholes

Two provincial ward elections set for 19th May


TWO provincial ward By-Elections will also go to the poll on the 19th May along with South Choiseul National By-Election. 

New markets outside of city proposed


THE Government is proposing to build two new market facilities at both ends of Honiara City.

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