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Babanga Community ...

January 18th, 2021
Babanga community is on a beautiful small ...

SI & NZ Gov'ts ...

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Solomon Islands has formed a new partnership with ...

LSL UP FOR SALES

January 18th, 2021
International sales campaign of all issued shares ...

Discharged patients ...

January 18th, 2021
DEPUTY Secretary for Health Care Dr. Gregory ...

Police arrest 7 ...

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Officers of the Royal Solomon Island Police Force ...

Premier Suidani ...

January 18th, 2021
The Malaita Provincial Premier Daniel Suidani has ...

Final COVID-19 ...

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THE final COVID-19 test for all 13 people ...

AUSTRALIAN COUPLE ...

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AS the 2021 Legal Year opens in Honiara this ...

Teachers arrested ...

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Two teachers have been arrested for allegedly ...

SIG Scholarship ...

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  SOLOMON Islands Scholarship will be closed on ...
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December records highest repatriation


The month of December 2020 had seen the highest number of repatriated citizens from overseas.

GG to make directions on mentally disabled man’s case


A mentally disabled man accused of cutting a man with a knife last August at Makira/Ulawa Province is waiting for further directions on his matter from the Governor-General (GG).

PM slams report


PRIME Minister (PM) Manasseh Sogavare has slammed media report on the SBD$1.2 million from the People’s Republic of China (PRC) aimed at supporting the Ministry of Health and Medical Services fight the COVID-19 pandemic.

‘Publish ESP recipients’

AN outspoken community leader on the Economic Stimulus Package (ESP) has thrown down the gauntlet on the Government to disclose the true status of the facility, saying there is only one way to prove it still has money.

Repatriation flights delayed 

THE third and final flight to repatriate the remaining students from the Philippines which was to leave yesterday has been delayed.

MPG rescues health workers


The Malaita Provincial Government (MPG) has stepped in to foot the salary of all Malaita Provincial Health direct employees following the delay of the service grant from the national government to the Malaita Provincial Health Sector. 

Vaccination plan

PRIME Minister (PM) Manasseh Sogavare says he hopes the country’s whole population will be vaccinated by the end of 2021.

SINU welcomes new PVCC, Shadrach Fanega


The Solomon Islands National University has a new Pro-Vice-Chancellor Corporate (PVCC). He is a prominent senior citizen, a suitably qualified and vast experienced public servant, Mr. Shadrach Fanega. Mr. Fanega who hails from Malaita Province succeeded the late John Usuramo, who untimely passed away last year. His appointment was made after completion of all recruitment due processes of the University. 

USP graduating students arrive

The third batch of local graduating students studying in various universities in Fiji have arrived in the country last night.

No boats detained 


The Commissioner of Police has confirmed that no boats have been detained during the ‘Operation Safe Boat 2020’.

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