Renting of rooms and business activities at the Town Grown Grand Plaza has raised questions into its legality as reports claim it is currently illegal at this stage.
The University of the South Pacific (USP) reaffirmed its strong stand on the proposed establishment of its fourth main campus in Solomon Islands despite the delay on its construction work.
A court ruling in the Solomon Islands may finally unlock a large nickel deposit that geologists have known about for half a century but have been unable to exploit because of ownership changes and legal wrangling.
Government sponsored students studying at the University of the South Pacific (USP) Laucala Campus Suva Fiji have queried why their June allowance was cut to just FJ$200.
The High Court is currently on a mid-year vacation.
All criminal and civil cases in the Honiara Magistrates’ Court have all been stood down for re-listing today.
CONCERNED citizens group the Forum Solomon Islands International (FSII) has praised the ministry of health and medical service’s plan to fight cervical cancer.
FIVE lucky winners of Soltuna monthly competition were awarded with $4000 cash each yesterday.
AUKI Police over the weekend detained two marine shipping vessels for more than three hours for overloading.
FLOOD victims residing at the FOPA village have expressed fear at the increasing presence of police at the vicinity.
A number of police officers who are sick and no longer working are still drawing salaries from the state and occupying police houses, the Sunday Star can reveal.
PEOPLE of northwest Guadalcanal have acknowledged the New Zealand government for the newly completed Mataniko Bailey bridge.
Sisilo tells ANZ: Pour in more money into trade, investment
New entertainment at airport
Community child forum held
New machine to screen cervical cancer here