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Cyclone Lucas records ‘no death’


TROPICAL Cyclone Lucas that hits the country early this month has recorded no deaths in the country.

Archery resumes training tomorrow


THE Solomon Islands Archery Federation (SIAF) will kick off its program for this year starting this weekend.

Beetle invasion probed

THE alleged Coconut Rhinoceros Beetle (Oryctes Rhinoceros) attack on Noni plants at Baunasaitonga Noni Farm in East Guadalcanal is now under investigation. 

MBIKE SHOOTING 

Investigations into Mbike shooting is still active

HCC conduct bus checks as short routes resume

HONIARA City Council (HCC) law enforcement officers this week are conducting spot checks on buses that are providing services in the city.  

Alleged rape accused, 75 freed


THE High Court has acquitted an elderly man who stood trial for allegedly having unlawful sexual intercourse with his 11-year-old grand-niece because she was an “unreliable witness.”

ESP committee warns: beware of con artists 

It has come to the attention of the Economic Stimulus Package Committee that certain individuals and/or groups are currently going around and claimed they work for the Government and took responsibility to facilitate ESP applications.

PM to grace Choiseul’s big day


A TOP government delegation led by Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare will travel to Taro, Choiseul Province next Tuesday to attend the province’s 2nd Appointed Day.

Is there are network of thieves with RSIPF?

IT has been suggested that a “network of thieves” exists within the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) – that network is now being investigated for the missing $300, 000-plus exhibit money which has gone missing since last October.

Boy, 15 jailed for stealing $1,800

A 15-YEAR-OLD male who confesses to stealing $1,800 and a sleeve of cigarette from a home in Tingoa, in Rennell and Bellona province last November has been jailed for eight months.

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