Solomon Islands National News - Solomon Star News

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  • 24
  • Jun


THE historic groundbreaking ceremony at Lofung in the Shortland Islands, Western Province yesterday now fulfills the long time wish and desire of people residing along the Western Border region for a robust, structured and established border security management approach.

  • 24
  • Jun

XIANG Lin (SI) Limited – the Company accused of allegedly causing damage to the runway at the Santa Cruz airport, Temotu Province – has denied being responsible.

  • 24
  • Jun

THERE is need for Honiara City Council to open some of its clinics during weekends to take up some of the burden currently vested upon National Referral Hospital.

  • 24
  • Jun

IF you think the public has exhausted being aware of alleged questionable business dealings by AIPF owner, Rwandan national, Deogratias Harorimana in Honiara, think again.

  • 24
  • Jun


ISABEL Provincial Deputy Premier Tony Vahia and the people of Isabel want to see the National Government and the responsible authority fix or just build them a new wharf on Buala.

  • 24
  • Jun

 


THE Malaita Provincial Government has felt the absence of the suspended Provincial Secretary (PS) Fredrick Fa’abasua services to be severe, as confusion arises between the Provincial Executive and Administration over issuing of business licences.

  • 24
  • Jun

A MAN who asked his 12 year-old daughter to perform healing on his private body part and then performed sexual acts in front of her on three occasions in Isabel has been jailed.

  • 24
  • Jun


Failure to comply with Eviction Order left five families removed by force

  • 23
  • Jun


THE Ministry of Education and Human Resource Development has acknowledged both the Australian and New Zealand Governments for their continuous support to our Education Sector.

  • 23
  • Jun

PRIME Minister Manasseh Sogavare recently announced in his weekly nationwide address that ‘vaccination now opens for all adults aged 18 years and over’. 

  • 23
  • Jun


THE Permanent Secretary for the Ministry of Infrastructure Development Mr. Stephen Maesiola has signed the “Contract between the Ministry of Infrastructure Development & Kitano Construction Corp. Japan – for the Upgrading of Kukum Highway (Phase 2) Project” and the “Minute of the meeting contract negotiation”.

  • 23
  • Jun


THE Malaita Education Authority (MEA) will take action against a Tawahaule Community High School (CHS) teacher, who threatens to kill members of a fact-finding mission in a logging operation in Small Malaita recently.

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