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Publishing of ESP recipients curtail corruption 

Transparency Solomon Islands (TSI) acknowledges on day one that at times like this Covid-19 pandemic, emergency powers are needed pointing out at the same time that these must have a clear deadline and limited scope. 

Our first visually impaired lawyer

Solomon Islands has created history by producing a first-ever visually impaired (blind) person to have graduated with a Bachelor of Law in the South Pacific.

Drone sighted at police base, border

POLICE are hunting down the owner of a drone that was seen flying over their base at the Western Border, Shortland Islands, Western Province.

All foreign assistance should benefit SI

The Embassy of the People’s Republic of China (PRC) in the Solomon Islands has recently reiterated their view on foreign assistance to Solomon Islands during an interview with Solomon Star. 


TWO employees of a logging company operating in Malaita Province attempted to offer money to the Provincial Police Commander (PPC) for Malaita this week.


As three positive cases turned negative

Exclusion of public transport in ESP Unfair: Wale

‘Says call for social distancing in public transports can be counter-productive’

MAL PS: higher NCD cases is a problem 

Permanent Secretary (PS) for Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock (MAL) has attributed the higher cases of Non-Communicable Diseases (NCDs) in the country to poor diet and the low quality of food and what people drink. 

Bava wants help for their children’s education, health

BAVA Village preparatory children’s hope of having classes in their village in North Vella La Vella fades as their much-anticipated classroom building project stops due to lack of materials and financial support.

Suidani: its a clean victory

The Malaita Provincial Premier Daniel Suidani has cleared rumors stating outside agents are supporting him to win the motion of no confidence on the floor of the Malaita Provincial Assembly last week on Tuesday. 

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