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One Link boss refused bail again  

A HONIARA magistrate has again refused another bail application made for One Link Pacifica boss Gerrad Tauohu.

Men charged over retaliation attack on police officer  


FOUR men who allegedly assaulted a police officer in retaliation over a traffic matter have been arrested and charged.

Student bullied, cuts himself, hospitalised

A STUDENT of St Stephen Pamua College in Makira Ulawa Province is under medical observation after seriously cutting himself with a knife. 

PROTEST ON HOLD


THE proposed sit-in protest by 500 members of the Solomon Islands Nurse Association (SINA) scheduled for this morning has been called off after authorities turned down the request.

Wale questions government over status of allowances for front-liners


The Leader of Opposition, Hon. Matthew Wale is calling on the Prime Minister to take urgent steps to address the allowances of front-line officers in the fight against Covid-19, which had been revealed as being unpaid since September 2020.

Gizo market to close for weekend clean-up


Gizo Market in Western Province will be closed for business this weekend for another general clean inside the marketing area.

RSIPF Executive to benefit from IT equipment for COVID-19 operation


Members of the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) Executive will benefit from 
eight laptops funded by the Australian Government through the Solomon Island Police Development Program (SIPDP) to assist in the COVID-19 operation.

$300 fine without conviction for breaching lockdown

A MAN has been fined $300 without conviction yesterday for breaching the Covid-19 related lock-down on May 20 after he had a flat tyre at the Lungga Bridge area, East Honiara.

NEW LANDS CHIEF


THE country now has a new Commissioner of Lands within the Ministry of Lands, Housing and Survey after more than two years.

Dr Rogers: COVID machines reliable 


SECRETARY to the Prime Minister (SPM) Dr. Jimmy Rodgers assured the nation that the COVID-19 test machines are reliable and complement each other when testing for the COVID-19 virus.

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