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AG applauds frontline workers

Attorney General (AG) John Muria Jr applauds frontline workers for keeping Covid-19 at bay from spreading into the community.

Wale: drop in exams performances concerning

The Leader of Opposition Matthew Wale is a concern with the huge drop in the pass rate for students in the 2020 academic year.

Community sectors urged to be more active this year 

Sports organisations, Churches, Honiara City Councils, and other community-based groups are encouraged to be more active this year. 


The Ministry of Police National Security and Correctional Services (MPNSCS) has responded to an article by Transparency Solomon Islands (TSI) which was published on Solomon Star issued No. 7724, dated 13 January 2021 regarding donation by the Peoples Republic of China (PRC) Embassy to RSIPF.

PPC: why suicide case is suspicious

The Acting Provincial Police Commander (PPC) Malaita says that the suicide case involving the 12-year-old girl at Gwounaoa in West Kwara'ae, Malaita Province is suspicious and worthy of a police investigation.


Why was PS coughing when talking about ESP?

AG welcomes top judges 

ATTORNEY General (AG) John Muria Jr has welcomed and congratulated Justice Rex Faukona, Howard Lawry, and Eran Soma for their judiciary appointments.

Courts’ doors open 

THE 2021 Legal Year has been officially opened yesterday in a ceremonial sitting at the High Court.


LSL slaps $50m High Court order on government

Contestants reminded

Contestants of 2020 North East Guadalcanal and Central Honiara Constituency by-elections have been reminded to file their accounts of campaign expense and donations.

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