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Bougainvilleans stuck at border returning home soon

BOUGAINVILLEANS who have been locked-up on our side of the border following the imposition of travel restriction will soon return home.

Suicide case probed

ROYAL Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) in Malaita Province are investigating an alleged suicide incident involving a 12-year-old girl who lost her life over the weekend at Gwounaoa area in Malaita.


THE continuous impact of COVID-19 pandemic has continued to affect the country’s economy while the government is in a desperate situation to keep it afloat with the Economic Stimulus Package (ESP).

KGVI quarantine station closed

KING George Sixth School as of this week will no longer be used as quarantine centres as it prepares for its academic year.

JANUS will bounce back 

But critics need to believe it

Legal year opening today

THE 2021 Legal Year will be officially launched at the High Court this morning.

Her Majesty recognises Miss Solomons

Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, as Head of the Commonwealth, has recognised current Miss Solomon Islands, Ms. Gladys Habu, as the 168th recipient of the Commonwealth Points of Light award in honour of her exceptional voluntary service raising awareness of climate change.

Babanga Community calls for Fisheries support on Projects

Babanga community is on a beautiful small sand-banked island lying 2 kilometers east of Gizo town. 

SI & NZ Gov'ts join forces to control Coconut Rhinoceros Beetle 

Solomon Islands has formed a new partnership with New Zealand to step up the response to the invasive Coconut Rhinoceros Beetle (CRB) which, if left unchecked, would pose a serious threat to food security and coconut and palm oil industries. 


International sales campaign of all issued shares linked to Levers Solomon Ltd

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