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Gov’t’s anti-corruption flagship policy is off the ground

AFTER ten months of “painful and frustrating” experience, the Government’s flagship policy on anti-corruption is finally up and running.

Police news in brief

* Police land issue at Pelau, MOI sorted
* Three crocs killed in Choiseul
* POLICE 24/7 operation continues

Premier Suidani to speak at Firisua’s by-election launch

CENTRAL Honiara by-election contender Pauline Radoe Firisua will launch her election campaign at the Honiara High School grounds on Saturday.

Dear Editor
- The call from the President of the HRUA in light of the Rugby saga that was currently hit up in Honiara and discussed in other media platforms is highly commended and worth taken note of. 

Warriors finished off third

TELEKOM S-League defending champions Solomon Warriors finished off round one of the TSL season on the third spot with 19 points.

Our first visually impaired lawyer

Solomon Islands has created history by producing a first-ever visually impaired (blind) person to have graduated with a Bachelor of Law in the South Pacific.

Drone sighted at police base, border

POLICE are hunting down the owner of a drone that was seen flying over their base at the Western Border, Shortland Islands, Western Province.

All foreign assistance should benefit SI

The Embassy of the People’s Republic of China (PRC) in the Solomon Islands has recently reiterated their view on foreign assistance to Solomon Islands during an interview with Solomon Star. 


TWO employees of a logging company operating in Malaita Province attempted to offer money to the Provincial Police Commander (PPC) for Malaita this week.


As three positive cases turned negative

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