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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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Sale of cooked food sparks concern


Some members of the Honiara public have raised serious concerns regarding the health, hygiene, and quality of cooked food sold openly at the Central Market’s bus stand. 

ESP RUNS OUT OF MONEY

THE cat is out of the bag – the Government’s much-talked-about Economic Stimulus Package (ESP) has run out of money, an investigation by Solomon Star has established.


The Leader of Opposition, Hon. Matthew Wale condemns in the strongest term revelations that the Indonesian government intends to remove the indigenous people of West Papua out from their motherland.

Suidani welcomes US assurance



The Malaita Provincial Premier Daniel Suidani has welcomed US Ambassador Erin Mckee’s 2021 message of hope and progress to the Solomon Islands. 

TSL deferred

THE country’s top tier football league, the Telekom S-league has been deferred to kick-off matches in two weeks' time.

Deal to fly vital medications here 


Solomon Airlines and airfreight specialist Pak Fresh are proving that where there’s a will there’s a way, even in an era of COVID-19, to supply vital prescription drugs and 
pharmaceuticals to people stranded far from home.

WHERES THE $1.2M FOR COVID?


THE Ministry of Finance and Treasury has remained tight-lipped about the whereabouts of USD150, 000 (about SBD1.2 million) provided by the People’s Republic of China (PRC) to help the Ministry of Health and Medical Services fight the COVID-19 pandemic.

Passenger wounded with bush knife in Malaita

Officers of the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) in Auki are investigating a wounding incident of a passenger who boarded a passenger vehicle heading to Atori in East Malaita on 5 January 2021. 

NEW EDUCATION BILL AFTER 40 YEARS


The Ministry of Education and Human Resources Development, MEHRD, is anticipating a new Education Bill to go before Parliament this year 2021. 

Fanega, SINU’s new Pro Vice-Chancellor


A former Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Finance and Treasury, Shadrach Fanega is the new Pro-Vice-Chancellor (PVC) of the Solomon Islands National University (SINU).

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