Solomon Islands National News - Solomon Star News

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  • 22
  • Jan

TRANSPORT service providers in North Malaita and farmers are calling on responsible authorities to fix the long north road which they say has deteriorated badly.

  • 22
  • Jan

Taiwan’s International Cooperation and Development Fund (ICDF), has given USD $500,000 to World Vision to support its flood rehabilitation effort in addressing the Health and Hygiene needs of those affected by the April Flooding in the Weathercoast of Guadalcanal Province.

  • 22
  • Jan

THE word "Wantok" is Pijin for "one talk", or "somebody who speaks my language".

  • 22
  • Jan

THE China Town police post will re-open Friday next week.

  • 22
  • Jan

AGRICULTURE officers working in Auki have moved to a new office block after their office was burn to the ground last week.

  • 22
  • Jan

IN six months time, Malaita’s new executive will commence plans to attract and engage investors.

  • 22
  • Jan

THE City by-law on street vending of betel-nut and cigarette seem to not adhere to despite stringent measure carried out by the Honiara City Council Law Enforcement Division.

  • 22
  • Jan

TWO officials at the National Training Unit (NTU) have been suspended last November after their fraudulent dealings with students studying at the Solomon Islands National University (SINU) were uncovered.

  • 22
  • Jan

A GIRL whose skeletal remains were found by students on a picnic trip in the upper Mataniko area in 2012 was killed on the Tuvaruhu hill top, the High Court heard on Wednesday.

  • 22
  • Jan

THE leader of the Parliamentary Independent Group, Manasseh Maelanga, has called on the government to give due respect to post holders established under the national constitution.

  • 22
  • Jan

PRIME Minister Manasseh Sogavare has described the Opposition Leader’s statement calling on him to justify an unconfirmed list of political appointees of his Democratic Coalition for Change Government as “unethical”.

  • 22
  • Jan

POLICE are urged to immediately dispatch a team to Rennell Island to investigate allegation of harassment perpetuated by Bingtang Mining Group, whose prospecting licence was recently revoked by the Mining Board and the Minister responsible for Mines.

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