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Man surprised with no public toilets

A visiting Guadalcanal villager, Professor Rughu Poli has expressed surprise the Solomon Islands capital city of Honiara does not have public toilets.

PAP won’t marginalize Kiribati people

The People’s Alliance Party (PAP) has assured the Kiribati descendants in Solomon Islands that an Alliance Party Government will not marginalize them.

SI-Aust in talks

Senior representatives of the Solomon Islands Government met with Australian High Commissioner Andrew Byrne and his team for High Level Development Talks last week.

Visale school receives gift from Taiwanese students

Visale community high school in North West Guadalcanal received two laptops from Taiwanese volunteers last week.

Security in custody over ATM theft

A security officer has been remanded in custody yesterday following the alleged armed robbery of the ANZ automatic teller machine at Kwaimani building on Saturday night.

TANGO LOSES SUPPORT: Three ministers and a backbencher resigns

Three provincial government ministers within the Renbel government led by premier Lence Tango have resigned over the weekend.

Call to announce penalty

The Solomon Islands Electoral Commission (SIEC) must quickly announce what actions it would take against those who registered more than once during the recent voter registrations.

Folobaeko’s new learning center now opens

Kindy children and adults in villages surrounding Folobaeko in West Kwara’ae, Malaita province now have access to pre and post school learning, after a new learning center was opened in April this year.

Renbel to celebrate second appointed day

Renbel province will celebrate of its second appointed day tomorrow.

Our Telekom applauds rural leaders

Our Telekom has commended rural Malaita provincial leaders for accepting the company to install more towers in their areas.

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