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Kwaio chiefs request reconciliation over Mr Bell’s killing

CHIEFS from East Kwaio in Malaita Province have suggested that Malaita Province conduct a reconciliation ceremony over the killing of William Bell in 1927 which resulted in Malaitans standing against Malaitans.


THE Government has now come under criticism over its proposed plan to organise a direct repatriation flight to China later this month.

Kuma hits back at TSI

The Minister for Finance and Treasury (MoFT) Harry Kuma has described the media article published by the Transparency Solomon Islands (TSI), as factually incorrect, malicious, and unbecoming of an organization that promotes itself as the beacon of transparency.  

SDA holds mass baptism

FOLLOWING a three weeks Bible evangelism series organized by the Seventh Day Adventist (SDA) Church which concluded on Saturday 1st August hundreds have surrendered their lives to Jesus through the water of baptism.

Dr Chand fires back

VC, Chairman denies claims of son’s recruitment

Officers of the Royal Solomon Island Police Force (RSIPF) at Auki in Malaita Province have arrested and charged a 45-year-old man for the alleged rape of a form six female student, onboard MV Anjenette at the Point Cruz wharf in Honiara on 24 July 2020.

COVID-19 impacts on forestry sector  

THE economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic are inevitable for the domestic market and the forestry sector has been equally affected at the forefront of this current ongoing economic recess.

Police top step up security at border

THE Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) will beef up security patrols in the common Papua New Guinea (PNG)-Solomon Islands border in the Western Province.

In court with Assumpta

  • Men deny sorcery-related killing
  • Men released after serving jail terms

‘No time for politics’

PRIME Minister (PM) Manasseh Sogavare says the last thing this country needs in light of the current health pandemic is ‘petty politics.’

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