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PM commends landowners of Mamara area

PRIME Minister (PM) Manasseh Sogavare commends traditional landowners of Mamara Land for allowing their land for the mega new city currently under development.


Sacked HCC Clerk ‘spill the beans’ in latest report to the PAC

BAC excursion to Gold Ridge TSF a success

A two-day field trip to the Gold Ridge Mine Tailings Storage Facility [TSF] this week was dubbed as a success according to the Betikama Adventist College [BAC] Head of Department, Mr. Horrie Raddie.

Solomon Islands, a country with one of the world’s most extensive shorelines, has taken a step towards conserving the nesting beaches and protection of Pacific leatherback sea turtles.

NSO Staff take their COVID-19 jabs

STAFF of the National Statistics Office on Friday 30th April 2021 joined the rest of the country’s citizens in Honiara to take the COVID-19 vaccine before the vaccination program ended.


Govt: Mamara New Capital City is solution to housing impasse for workers

New Wagina Police station coming

THE Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) has witnessed the ground-breaking ceremony on the construction of a new police station at Wagina Island in Choiseul Province on 26 April 2021.

MFMR, stakeholders meet to develop crewing policy

SOLOMON Islands has taken steps to develop the national crewing policy for fishing vessels that was agreed by the Fisheries Ministers of the Forum Fisheries Committee of the FFA where Solomon Islands is a member.

Hundreds grace Mamara Township ground breaking 

HUNDREDS have gathered to witness the groundbreaking ceremony of the Mamara Township Development Project last Friday at Mamara, Northwest Guadalcanal. 

Local Fisheries Officers end IEM Training

FISHERIES Compliance officers from the Ministry of Fisheries and Marine Resources (MFMR) of the Solomon Islands Government (SIG) received training in Investigations and Evidence Management (IEM) from the Pacific Islands Forum Fisheries Agency (FFA) Legal team. 

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