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Afio-Olusuú road link in Small Malaita needs urgent upgrade


Once, easy road access connecting communities from Afio to Olusuú in Small Malaita, the Afio- Olusuú road link for the past decade has not lived up to the expectation of the people with eight broken bridges preventing vehicles from using the full length of the road. 


Opposition Leader, Hon. Matthew Wale is disappointed with revelations that the huge government Mamara Tasifarongo Housing Development Project for public servants in the Northwest Guadalcanal plains, has no room for the recruitment of locals and questions why this is so.

More Arrivals and Graduations in Quarantine Stations


A total of 281 repatriates are being quarantined in the SIG Quarantine Stations, QS, after the arrival of two repatriation flights from Fiji last week.


The Leader of Opposition, Hon. Matthew Wale, has called on the Prime Minister to quickly take steps to ensure that the Solomon Islands is ready for the Covid-19 vaccination programme. 

Police investigates fatal road accident in Choiseul Province

Police at Taro in Choiseul Province are investigating a fatal road accident, which resulted in the death of an adult male person after he allegedly fell from a moving land cruiser vehicle and hit by a log at Soranamola in Choiseul Province on 24 December 2020.

RSIPF raids kwaso products in Malaita Province

 


Officers of the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) at Auki Police Station have confiscated kwaso products in communities in the West Fataleka region in Malaita Province during a joint operation on 31 December 2020.

Applicant: Economic Stimulus Package a ‘scam’


AN angry applicant has fired this year’s first salvo in the war of words over the disbursement of the Economic Stimulus Package (ESP), describing the $320 million give-away as a “scam.”

133 graduate on New Year’s Eve

 
A Total of 133 Solomon Islands students studying in various universities in the Philippines are now graduated from the quarantine station before this New Year’s Eve. 

Gizo break-ins

GIZO Police in Western Province is now hunting for a group of suspects following strings of burglary incidents that occurred early Wednesday morning.

EXAM DELAY


Under-budgeting blamed for delays in timely delivery of exam

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