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RSIPF appeal for Crime Free on the outcome of By-Election results

The Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) calls on the people of Central Honiara and North East Guadalcanal Constituencies to accept the outcome of the By-Election result.

Special Development Learning expansion is paramount: Iputu


SOLOMON Islands need to build more Special Development Learning Centres around the country to serve the hundreds of children with special needs.

Chasing dreams


FOR 26-year-old Pamela Augustine Rofeta from Malaita, becoming a lawyer fulfilled both her and her grandfather’s dream.

Verakoukou community celebrates no open defecation status 


FOR Verakoukou Village in Sahalu ward West Guadalcanal, 19 November marked an incredible achievement. On World Toilet Day, the community celebrated its No Open Defecation status. Verakoukou is the first village in the ward to achieve this status. It is also a huge step forward in improving the health, resilience, and wellbeing of its people and Solomon Islands as a whole. 

Daotala claims to have cure for COVID-19   


A LOCAL citizen from Malaita province Allen Daotala believes his herbal medicine (custom medicine) can cure the deadly viral disease COVID-19 in the country.

Malaita Care centre hails support


CARETAKER of Malaita Care Centre Sr Doreen Awaiasi has acknowledged financial supporters of the new Malaita Care centre building project which is scheduled for completion early next year.

Minister: Petition decisions need its own Court of Appeal


MINISTER for Justice and Legal Affairs Makario Tagini said that appealed election petition decisions need a specially instituted Court of Appeal.

Public consumption of alcohol in Auki concerning


CONCERNS have been raised regarding the increase in the consumption of alcohol in public spaces in the Malaita’s Provincial Capital of Auki.

Solomon Islands: Cabinet ready for 'temporary' Facebook ban


The Solomon Islands' government is considering a ban on social media platform Facebook, citing deterioration in civic behaviour and access to harmful information as instigating factors. The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) condemns the proposed attack on freedom of expression, accountability, and access to information.

SINU seeks judicial review on work permit issue


STUNG by a Ministerial decision to deny its Vice-Chancellor a work permit, the Solomon Islands National University (SINU) has asked for a judicial review on the matter.

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