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Malaita tops pool A

MALAITA currently leads Pool A of the Mariner Beach Soccer National Championship with six points following their second consecutive win at the DC Park, Monday.

Wale calls to deal with WWI wrecks, UXOs

Leader of the Opposition Matthew Wale calls on the government to review its WWII wrecks law and to step up protection levels against the risks posed by unexploded ordinances (UXO) to civilians.    

In court with Assumpta

  • Man facing numerous incest charges to plea, May 31
  • Warrant of arrest issued for Nehemiah
  • Bail app for man facing several arson charges today
  • Juvenile facing house breaking charge released on bail


‘Sore Report’ has no legal basis to dissolve council, says author

Two new cases on-board PNG vessel

PRIME Minister (PM) Manasseh Sogavare has announced two new additional COVID-19 positive cases under the category of ‘Conveyance or Ships’. 

101 bombs discovered

OVER 100 US 105mm High Explosive bombs that remain after the Second World War have been discovered and removed at Gilbert Camp, East Honiara.


PRIME Minister (PM) Manasseh Sogavare has warned that private or commercial companies that undermines the safety and security of this country will be dealt with.

2nd AstraZeneca batch arrive soon

The second batch of AstraZeneca is expected to arrive in the country next month.

Malaita outclass city lads 

TWO of the country’s top provincial beach soccer teams, Malaita and Honiara met in what was dubbed as an early grand final match of the Mariner Beach Soccer Championship at the DC Park, Sunday.


MORE than 30 unexploded ordinances (UXO) have been retrieved from Okwala, Gilbert Camp in East Honiara on Sunday.

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