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PM: WHO approves use Sinopharm vaccine

PRIME Minister (PM) Manasseh Sogavare has announced that the World Health Organisation [WHO] has approved the Sinopharm vaccine under its Emergency Use Listing. 

Photographers to hit the street for life saving fundraising

A TEAM from the One More Shot (OMS) consisting of local photographers at Dreamcast will hit the street on Thursday 13th and Friday 14th May this week for the third time to raise funds to save another precious life.

In court with Assumpta

  • Man jailed for cutting another man with knife
  • Man who burnt mum’s house behind bars
  • Submissions on minimum term for parole next 


Australia and Solomon Islands’ strong and enduring security partnership has reached another milestone on Friday as Solomon Islands received its second Guardian-class Patrol Boat under Australia’s Pacific Maritime Security Program.

PM: SI still COVID-19 free

SOLOMON Islands remains COVID-19 free.

Address threats of UXOs

Living on top a man-made volcano’

Family of ‘Ailing Child’ Appeal for Financial Help 

A family in North East Guadalcanal are appealing for support from the public to help them in aid of one of their family member who will be having a Heart surgery that will be taking place in Australia.

US Embassy sends condolence


• U.S affirmed support to deal with UXOs
• More than 70% of WW2 bomb still alive

RSIPF vehicle damage from rock throwing in Honiara

A Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) vehicle have been damaged after an incident of rock throwing which involves more than 20 youths at Stone Field area at Kaibia heights in Central Honiara on 8 May 2021.


Bomb blast kills top local aviation engineer and youth leader

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