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Solomon’s loss is Marshall Islands’ gain

By Hon. Peter Kenilorea Jr. 
MP East Are Are 
Chairman Foreign Relations Committee

NRH isolation wards under maintenance 

The National Referral Hospital (NRH) isolation ward is currently undergoing maintenance. 

Tourism Solomons pays tribute to Valor Tours founder 

Tourism Solomons CEO Josefa ‘Jo’ Tuamoto, the board of directors and tourism industry leaders, both in the Solomon Islands and the United States have paid tribute to Robert (Bob) Reynolds, the founder of Solomon Islands WWII specialist tour operator Valor Tours, who passed away on 07 January aged 99 years old.

No health services at Ughele clinic

UGHELE health centre in Rendova, Western Province is still without a registered nurse after the officer serving at the clinic left last year due to lack of a staff house.


Border crossing still happening

Driver of vehicle who allegedly run over elderly man case, Fri

THE driver of the vehicle who allegedly run over and killed an elderly last December at the Island nightclub area at Henderson, East of Honiara is yet to plea the allegation.

PRC envoy meets Catholic head

THE Ambassador of the People’s Republic of China (PRC) to the Solomon Islands, His Excellency Li Ming has paid a courtesy call on the head of the Catholic Church in Solomon Islands, Archbishop Christopher M Cardone. 

Release of school results next week

EXAMINATION and placement results for new intakes this year will be made available next week.

FB offline plan withdrawn

Facebook (FB) users and the general public at large welcomed the decision by the government not to suspend Facebook in the Solomon Islands, Wednesday.

Bail varied for sailors 

The three foreign sailors who entered the country during the State of Public Emergency (SOPE) period between November and December last year have been allowed to travel to Tulagi, Central Province.

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