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SEVENTY-nine (79) nurses have yesterday graduated to Registered Nurses (RN) status after successfully completing a 12-month ‘Nurses Supervised Practice program’.

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THE Premier of Makira Ulawa Province Julian Maka’a says his Government has agreed on measures it will take as it prepares for COVID 19 under an Adaption Policy. 

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JOHN Hugani Kouni – the nation’s pioneer Director-General of the Solomon Islands Independent Commission Against Corruption (SIICAC) – spent his first day at work, Friday.

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AS PART of their continuous specialized technical and capability training, Fire and Rescue officers of the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) underwent training on High and Low Angle Rescue (HALAR) from 12 -16  October 2020 at the Fire Training facility at the Central Fire Station in Honiara and at the Rove Police Headquarters.

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THE ruling on a second bail application for One Link Pacifica director Gerrad Tauohu will be delivered on Monday next week.

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An appeal to staff Maetawa Clinic as quickly as possible

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PRIME Minister Manasseh Sogavare has called on all Solomon Islanders to continue to support each other during these unprecedented times. 

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  • Oct


Women advocator to speak at Firisua’s election launch

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  • Oct


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

  • 23
  • Oct

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

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

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  • Oct


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.

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