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Poor attitude puts country at risk 


Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare says poor attitude by some returning nationals has put our country at risk. 

PM congratulates RNs

PRIME Minister (PM) Manasseh Sogavare has congratulated the newly graduated 79 nurses during his nationwide address this week.

Wale condemns bribery attempt on Malaita PPC

Opposition Leader Matthew Wale strongly condemns the alleged bribery attempt by two officers of a logging company on the Malaita Provincial Police Commander in Auki, Stanley Riolo.

Let’s put our people first:  Suidani

THE premier of Malaita Province Daniel Suidani reminds and encourages all Malaita Provincial members to first and foremost prioritise the interests of the people.

$1,529,400 ESP for Honiara based piggery farmers

Fifty-eight (58) piggery farmers based in the national capital of Honiara will share a total of $1,529,400 from the Economic Stimulus Package (ESP). 

$900k ESP allocated to noni farmers

ABOUT forty-five (45) noni farmers in the country are expected to receive a total of $900,000 allocated under the Economic Stimulus Package (ESP) document sighted by this paper revealed.  

21-yr-old nabbed for stabbing in Honiara     

A TWENTY-ONE (21) year-old boy has been arrested for allegedly stabbing a 22-year-old male person at the Borderline bus stop in East Honiara on Friday 23 October 2020.


PRIME Minister Manasseh Sogavare says COVID-19 is not a game but a serious disease.


Four more new cases announced

SIPPA undergo training in West

A TEAM from Solomon Islands Planned Parenthood Association (SIPPA) in Honiara is visiting Western Province this week.

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