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  • Nov

The Regional Assistance Mission to Solomon Islands (RAMSI) has congratulated the Solomon Islands people, the Solomon Islands Electoral Commission (SIEC) and the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) for conducting a fair, free and peaceful National General Election last Wednesday.

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  • Nov

A DAM supplying water to more than 600 people in Dala, West Kwaraáe was reportedly shut down by dissatisfied voters early this week.

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  • Nov

A TOTAL of eight independent candidates in Malaita Province have won their parliamentary seat in the last week’s election.

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  • Nov

ONE of the female losing constants in Malaita Province Rosie Anilabata says that culture was her only barrier to win the last week’s election.

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  • Nov

PROVINCIAL Health Director for Western Province has thanked members of a visiting United States (US) medical team who are currently conducting free medical check-ups and awareness around Marovo communities.

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  • Nov

MALAITA Provincial Premier Edwin Suibaea has congratulated all the five Malaitan female candidates who tried their luck in last week’s election.

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  • Nov

SOLOMON Islands has joined the rest of the world to celebrate the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence campaign starting on Tuesday.

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  • Nov

Sixty-one Australian Government-sponsored students from The University of the South Pacific (USP) attended an end-of-semester dinner on 21 November, 2014 at Cafe Thirty in Suva.

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GILO Early Childhood Education (ECE) centre Tuesday witnessed the graduation of its first 19 students who have completed their studies this year.

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  • Nov

FOUR major Political Parties are moving around to solidify their numbers to form a government ahead of the election of Prime Minister in the first or second week of December, it was revealed.

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  • Nov

Four 4 semi-permanent classrooms were torched by an angry voter in Kwareá, West Kwaraáe over the weekend.

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  • Nov

A TOTAL of 202 ballot papers have been rejected in the Lau Mbaelelea constituency, Malaita Province during counting over the weekend at Auki.

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