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ONLY ONE POSITIVE

January 18th, 2021
THE country has now recorded only one active ...

ESP fund intact

January 18th, 2021
THE Government through the Ministry of Finance ...

New Gizo betelnut ...

January 16th, 2021
THE newly built betel-nut market for Gizo, ...

Janus still active

January 16th, 2021
POLICE chief Mostyn Mangau says the joint ...

Suspect surrenders ...

January 16th, 2021
Officers of the Royal Solomon Islands Police ...

$125,000 BEFORE ...

January 16th, 2021
THE CLOSURE this week of shops owned and operated ...

11 rescued at sea ...

January 14th, 2021
Eleven people have been rescued after drifting at ...

ESP roll-out ...

January 14th, 2021
The Government’s ESP Committee continues to ...

CBSI: Gov’t records ...

January 14th, 2021
  THE government has recorded a deficit of $196 ...

Govt's Facebook ...

January 14th, 2021
The Government's decision to suspend Facebook has ...
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FB offline plan withdrawn


Facebook (FB) users and the general public at large welcomed the decision by the government not to suspend Facebook in the Solomon Islands, Wednesday.

Bail varied for sailors 


The three foreign sailors who entered the country during the State of Public Emergency (SOPE) period between November and December last year have been allowed to travel to Tulagi, Central Province.

CONSIDERABLE PRESSURE ON CUSTOMS AND IRD TO RAISE ESP FUNDS

SHORTAGE of funds to pay for the Government’s Economic Stimulus Package (ESP) is putting “considerable pressure” on Customs and the Inland Revenue Division (IRD) of the Ministry of Finance and Treasury to raise the necessary capital, it was revealed Tuesday.

WP clerk vacates office


THE Clerk to the Western Provincial Assembly Kevin Paia has vacated his office having received instructions that his fixed-term contract had ended and would not be renewed.

Calendar for school terms


THE Revised calendar for terms and holidays for all the schools in the country has been released on Monday.

Wale lauds for compliance exercise


Leader of Opposition applauds the Foreign Investment Division (FID) and the other agencies involved in compliance checks on foreign-owned shops in and around Honiara recently.

School results likely out this week

THE Government through the Ministry of Education is set to release all school results this week.

Communication breakdown in Buala

THE residents and government employees in the Isabel Province headquarter are badly affected by network outage from Saturday till Tuesday.

Call to address Su’u’s water problem


Students of Su’u National Secondary School (NSS) in Malaita Province who will be returning for academic learning in two weeks' time are calling on the school education authority to address the long-standing water problem at the school.

Call for lifters

WEIGHTLIFTING athletes are asked to resume training as soon as possible.

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