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Concerns raised over UK cases


Health authorities have raised a new concern in relation to the virulence of the COVID-19 strain that came in from the United Kingdom. The soccer players have now been in the country for 4 weeks.


 The Commissioner of the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) Mostyn Mangau congratulates the RSIPF Royals women’s football team after being crowned the champions of the inaugural women’s premier league after winning their final match in Honiara yesterday (22 November 2020).

Graduates from SIG Quarantine Stations


A total of sixty (60) persons have graduated from different SIG Quarantine Stations after completing their mandatory quarantined periods last week.

Tuna town to host West 2nd appointed day

THE tuna town of Noro, New Georgia, Western Province will stage the province’s 37th Second Appointed Day celebration on Monday 7th December 2020.

New Correctional graduates told to be role models 


PERMANENT Secretary (PS) of the Ministry of Police, National Security and Correctional Service Karen Qalokale has told 40 newly graduates of the Correctional Service of the Solomon Islands (CSSI) to be good role models.

Gizo CHS stages form 6 graduation


Gizo Community High School (GCHS) in Western Province on Friday successfully staged its sixth graduation for its form six (6) students.

Eels, Coast share spoils


THE Telekom S-league competition has wrapped up its matches for this year following the final two matches played at the Lawson Tama on Sunday.

NWGDA successfully host talent show 


North-West Guadalcanal Development Association (NWGDA) on Saturday 21 November successfully hosted its first ever talent show. 

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