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SINPF Board purchase new gov’t long term development bond

Yogesh clarifies Vaccines entry

THE World Health Organisation (WHO) office in Honiara has confirmed that no COVID-19 Vaccines will be imported and be used in the Solomon Islands unless those vaccines are approved by WHO.

288 Nationals expect to arrive this week 

TWO Hundred and eighty-eight of our nationals in Fiji are expected to be repatriated as of today.

Makira welcomes Ramp arrival  

MAKIRA Ulawa Province has moved one step further as they witness the arrival of Ramp for their new wharf in Kirakira on Saturday.

Increase in crime incidences in 2020

The total number of criminal incidences reported to the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) so far has shown an increase of 235 cases over the number of incidences reported during last year 2019.


Gov’t to closely monitor COVID-19 new variant

 Officers of the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) at Taro in Choiseul Province have arrested a 29-year-old male suspect in South Choiseul on 17 December 2020 for allegedly raping a girl between 13 and 15 years old.

Dr Jilini: let’s all make our holiday safer

The Ministry of Health and Medical Services (MHMS) through its National Health Emergency Operation Centre (NHEOC) encourages everyone to work together to ensure a safe Christmas and New Year holiday season.


A MEMBER and player of the victorious Western Tomoko has expressed disappointment over with prize money being offered to the players after winning the prestigious Solomon Cup recently.


IT’S a time of the year when even the busiest of politicians down their tools, put their feet up, and snooze off for a well-earned rest.

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