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October 30th, 2020
A HONIARA magistrate has again refused another ...

Men charged over ...

October 30th, 2020
FOUR men who allegedly assaulted a police officer ...

Student ...

October 30th, 2020
A STUDENT of St Stephen Pamua College in Makira ...

PROTEST ON HOLD

October 30th, 2020
THE proposed sit-in protest by 500 members of the ...

Gizo market to ...

October 30th, 2020
Gizo Market in Western Province will be closed ...

Wale questions ...

October 29th, 2020
The Leader of Opposition, Hon. Matthew Wale is ...

RSIPF Executive to ...

October 29th, 2020
Members of the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force ...

$300 fine without ...

October 29th, 2020
A MAN has been fined $300 without conviction ...

NEW LANDS CHIEF

October 29th, 2020
THE country now has a new Commissioner of Lands ...

Dr Rogers: COVID ...

October 29th, 2020
SECRETARY to the Prime Minister (SPM) Dr. Jimmy ...
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Ghost laws & illegal registrations

Dear Editor – Recently I went to the Ministry of Finance to find out details about a particular vehicle registration.

Disturbing political situation

Dear Editor – Allow me on behalf of the Ecumenical City Men’s Fellowship Ministry to contribute our views towards the current political situation in our country.

Power hunger

Dear Editor – It’s political crisis again in Solomon Islands... Nothing but crisis alone.

Hotel camping 

Dear Editor - For quite a few years now our politicians have adopted the practice of congregating together in various hotels in Honiara during times of political instability and when the top job is up for grabs.

Political upheaval

Dear Editor - The political upheaval experienced today was once  and event led to the down fall of the same person  Mr. Manasseh Sogavare in 2006. I realize that the GCCG government had placed Malaita Province on  the front line for development and priority was for Malaita.

Solar savve training

Dear Editor - According to a report in the Solomon Star newspaper, a local solar power company has been teaching constituency representatives from across the country how to care for their solar equipment already in use and to educate potential solar power users on future maintenance.

Self interest now evident

Dear Editor - Well, now that the No Confidence Motion is set for this Friday, 30th October 2015, I hope the people of Solomon Islands have already seen the clear picture.

Political wrangling

Dear Editor - Quietly observing the political wrangling, it is very interesting to note of the political twists the developed over time.

Political leadership chaos

Dear Editor - It is coming around again! Yes. You know what I am referring to...the inevitable no-confidence vote in a sitting Prime Minister.

The forgotten teachers

Dear Editor - The practice is obvious again that the government is trying to defend its own interest by side tracking the teachers from being included in the review of the education act and the white paper as its final stages.

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