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PRIME Minister Manasseh Sogavare on Tuesday has ordered to further beef up surveillance at the western border.

RSIPF charges former public officer in Honiara with alleged fraud

Officers of the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) Fraud Squad Unit within the National Criminal Investigation Department (NCID) at the Rove Police Headquarters in Honiara have arrested and charged a 30-year-old male a former public servant for alleged fraud.

Flood damages bridge in Malaita

Kware bridge in West Fataleka, Malaita Province was partly damaged by floodwaters over the weekend.

‘Waste Time’

Motion against Premier Maka’a

Landowner pleads for respect 

A woman landowner from Star Harbour in East Makira, Makira Ulawa Province has called on police and courts to respect owners of forests and land resources.

Aus’t, NZ support tourism sector

THE Government of Australia and New Zealand (NZ) will continue to support the tourism sector in the Solomon Islands especially to prepare the sector for the reopening of the borders which was closed due to the global pandemic COVID-19.

Drone to be returned

‘But Bougainvilleans’ condemned police report’

Men guilty of stealing $190k worth of project tanks

TWO men have been found guilty of stealing 36 tanks belonging to the Ministry of Health and Medical Services projects in 2017 and then sold them to other people, after a trial.

20 suspects nabbed over logging 

ABOUT twenty (20) people have been arrested, charged, and will appear before the court for alleged unlawful assembly and criminal trespass at the Kurikuri camp of the Shalom Company Limited in Western Province on 25 February 2021.

Minister set for vaccine shot

The Minister of Health and Medical Services (MHMS) says he is prepared to take the COVID-19 vaccine once his turn comes.

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