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Communities laud Our Telekom

Community leaders and chiefs of Gouna Hill and the surrounding areas in West Kwaio, Malaita province have acknowledged Our Telekom for the launching of a new tower in the area.

Teachers and Students receives red t-shirts

Both teachers and students of Maoa community high school in west Kwaio, malaita province on Monday this week received more than 200 red t-shirts from our Telekom Company limited.

Gouna Hill get connected

Gouna Hill in West Kwaio was the latest community to be connected to the breeze mobile network following the launching of its 40 meter tower on Monday.


A MOTHER and wife of one of the suspects involved in the weekend heist of the ANZ automatic teller machine (ATM) is now in police custody after being found in possession of $50, 700 hard cash.

Stand-off delays classes

A stand-off between the Solomon Islands National University’s (SINU) executive with the lecturers association of SINU (LASINU) has delayed the resumption of the semester 2 classes.

Health workshop for rural leaders

More than 20 chairmen and secretaries of local clinics in North West Guadalcanal have successfully completed a two days training over the weekend.

Concerns over SI police re-arming

A Solomon Islands academic has sounded a note of caution about moves to re-arm the local police force.

‘Check your names’

All eligible voters who have registered under their constituency in the provinces have been reminded to check their names.

Rural dwellers need better health service

About 80% of the country’s population living in the rural areas are in need of better health services.

QBE donates $43k to Red Cross

QBE insurance international this week donated $43,000 to Solomon Islands Red Cross (SIRC) in Honiara.

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