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Solomon Islands High Commissioner to the Republic of Fiji, His Excellency Mr. William Soaki accompanied by Madam Pauline Soaki paid a farewell courtesy call on His Excellency Major-General (Retired) Jioji Konusi Konrote, the President of the Republic of Fiji at the State House on 11 February 2021. 

Young man jailed for attacking couple


A YOUNG man who attacked a couple outside of the Heritage Park (HP) Hotel last year had been sentenced to two and a half years imprisonment, Tuesday.


NANETTE TUTUA – the Choiseulese woman once ignored by the Government to be the Chair of the Public Service Commission Board a few years ago – has now been endorsed as OUR PARTY’s official candidate for the South Choiseul Constituency by-election later this year.

2021 budget theme unveiled

The National Government has unveiled its 2021 national budget theme, Tuesday.

NRH Nightmare

The Leader of Opposition, Hon. Matthew Wale in response to the statements by the NRH CEO Dr. George Malefoasi describing bed shortages and other problems at the NRH, has said that the government has neglected the NRH for a very long time. 

Atoifi nursing college stage 2021 graduation 

ATOIFI Adventist Nursing College in East Kwaio, Malaita Province successfully staged its graduation ceremony over the weekend.

RSIPF arrests suspect for  alleged murder in Renbel Province

Officers of the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) at Tigoa, on Rennell Island, in the Rennell Bellona Province have arrested a suspect in an alleged murder incident of a 28-yr-old male person on 15 February 2021.

Adding value to our fish commodity

DESCRIBING his venture into the production of smoked fish fillets simply as trying to add value to our fish commodity, Schulte Maetoloa of Gizo, Western Province is making waves with his product despite still being in its trial phase.

Cattle farm at Atori rehabilitated

THE Malaita Provincial Government (MPG) has moved into rehabilitating its old cattle farm at Atori in the eastern region of Malaita.

Gov’t crisis management in education

The Leader of Opposition Matthew Wale is unhappy at what seems to be a “perpetual crisis management” by the government in dealing with scholarships and the school fees policy.

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