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Quarantined passengers taken care of

The more than 60 incoming passengers who are currently undergoing the compulsory 14-days quarantine at the Institutional Quarantine Sites were well taken care of since its establishment on 25th March 2020. 

Hash House Harriers supports Red Cross

MORE than 80 people dressed up in 1980’s costume recently to support the Honiara Hash House Harriers club fundraiser in support of the Red Cross Special Development Centre. 

Govt to financially support students

Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare has assured our students overseas that the government will provide financial assistance to ensure their safety and comfort in their host countries amidst the current Covid-19 global pandemic.

Solomon Water assures clients

SOLOMON Water says it will continue to provide safe clean water and other related services to our valued customers in the midst of the coronavirus threat.

BSP: no closure of Kira Kira agency

Bank South Pacific (BSP) is not considering any move to close its agency in Kira Kira, Makira Ulawa Province. 

RSIPF conducts enquiry into alleged suicide in Honiara

Officers of the Royal Solomon Island Police Force (RSIPF) at the Naha Police Station are conducting a general enquiry into the death of a 22-year-old male person who allegedly committed suicide at the Farm area, Gilbert Camp in east Honiara on 26 March 2020. 

Air Nauru’s stopover clarified

THE arrival of an Air Nauru flight into Honiara international airport over the weekend is to get fuel.

The Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) is suspending its police clearance services at the Rove Police Headquarters in Honiara as part of measures to restrict members of the public from entering police stations given the possibility of the coronavirus (COVID-19) entering the country.

‘Give right info to medical officers’

MEMBERS of the public must provide important and accurate information to health workers when they are feeling unwell.

Sore: Central market to remain open

HONIARA’s central market will still be carrying out its normal services despite the threats of the COVID-19 in the Solomon Islands. 

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