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Guangzhou China flight set 

The flight from China, Guangzhou to bring in 24 workers to build the University of South Pacific (USP) Campus has scheduled for 5th April. 

One year jail for man who sold fake scholarship 

THE man who sold a fake scholarship offer letter for $2,000 to a Solomon Islands National University (SINU) student last year had received a one-year jail term.

Deputy Secretary to Ministry of Education and Human Resources Development (MEHRD) encouraged school leaders and teachers in the western border to get AstraZeneca vaccines when their turn comes. 


A 38-year-old Ministry of Health and Medical Services worker said she almost died after receiving the AstraZeneca injection at the National Referral Hospital on Monday morning.

PM: Covid-19 vaccine can protect vaccinated person

PRIME Minister Manasseh (PM) Sogavare has assured the nation about the effectiveness of the Covid-19 vaccines.

Clergyman, 54, denied sexually assaulting girl 5

A 54-YEAR-OLD clergyman accused of sexually assaulting a five-year-old girl last December at a village in Russell Islands, Central Province has denied the allegation made against him, Friday.


Winners and losers in the 2021 National Budget revealed


HCC executive members unhappy with Mayor’s delay to remove Sore

GG gets his jab

COVID-19 vaccination at the Central Field Hospital in Honiara has entered its second day with the Governor-General His Excellency Sir David Vunagi taking opening the line of vaccination with his first COVID-19 vaccine jab. 

Alleged hawkers face court

A MAN accused of selling betel nut and cigarette rolls at a bus stop in Honiara a fortnight ago will face the court again, Thursday next week.

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