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NO FORMAL AGREEMENT IS REQUIRED FOR SCALE: US EMBASSY


NO formal agreement between the United States (SU) and the Solomon Islands Governments is required for the SCALE program to move forward, the United States Embassy in Port Moresby said on Thursday.

SINU owed $123M in unpaid tuition

STUDENTS owe the Solomon Islands National University (SINU) nearly $123 million in unpaid tuition fees, the latest figures released by SINU earlier this week have shown.

CALLS MOUNT TO CLEAR UNEXPLODED WORLD WAR II BOMBS


THE death of a young engineer earlier this week has re-ignited the debate over who should be responsible for cleaning up World War II unexploded bombs in Solomon Islands.


Officers of the Royal Solomon Island Police Force (RSIPF) in Tulagi Police Station in the Central Province have arrested a 44-year-old male person for allegedly having sexual intercourse with her own mother.

Mission accomplished


KG VI students received WASHBAY 85

DISSOLVE HCC 


Says Opposition Leader based on ‘Special Audit Report’ and ‘Sore Report’

IS IT EXTORTION?


EXTORTION allegedly involving one Honiara City Councillor is the latest accusation to emerge from the report into the Honiara City Council financial affairs.

AHC offers condolences to bomb victim’s family


IN A TOUCHING manner the Australian High Commissioner His Excellency Dr. Lachlan Strahan offered words of condolence to the family of last Sunday’s bomb explosion victim in Honiara.

HCC NEW EXECUTIVE ANNOUNCED


The new City Mayor Eddie Siapu chaired his first Executive meeting since taking over the Mayor’s position.

PM welcomes Australia’s offer of 60,000 doses AstraZeneca

PRIME Minister Manasseh Sogavare has welcomed the offer by the Australian Government to donate 60,000 doses of AstraZeneca to Solomon Islands.

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