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THUGS STILL AT LARGE

THE search for the two ‘dangerous’ men who escaped lawful police custody last week is still on.

READ SI packs books for 116 villages

READ SI has started Phase 2 of the National Literacy Campaign.

Brilliant Star school is a shining light for children

At the end of the Henderson Airport, East Honiara nestled in the middle of a village surrounded by trees, is a school from ECE (Early Childhood Education) to Grade 8.

Statistics hit back at critics, explains role

THE Solomon Islands National Statistics Office (SINSO) within the Ministry of Finance and Treasury (MoFT) is the Government Central Statistics Agency and has the mandate to release and report on key official economic statistics/indicators in the country.

MASI launches social media policy

The Media Association of Solomon Islands (MASI) now has a social media policy to ensure the integrity of its members when using social media.

Economic boost for Western province

THE recent signing of the SIPA- Maersk-Tri Marine Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) is expected to bring more economic opportunities for people in the Western province.

‘OFFICIALS IGNORANT’

THE current mess in the bêche-de-mer industry is a result of ignorance by the senior officials of the Ministry of Fisheries and Marine Resources (MFMR).

Wanted men

Have you seen these two ‘criminals’?

Police ‘Zero Tolerance Operation’ underway

POLICE in Honiara have started their Zero Tolerance Operation in the capital to ensure members of the public are safe as the country prepares for the Christmas festivities.

BIG HAUL

Police seized tonnes of Illegally harvested beche-de-mers

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