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RSIPF advises public to take care as TC Harold affects SI

The Royal Solomon Island Police Force (RSIPF) strongly advises members of the public to take extra care as the country experiences bad weather related to Tropical Cyclone (TC) Harold currently located between Rennell and Bellona Province and West Guadalcanal early this morning.

Wale concerns over NPF’s crowd


The Leader of Opposition Matthew Wale condemns the Solomon Islands National Provident Fund (SINPF) and the government on the manner the approved emergency payments for members is being handled.

TOUGH TIMES AHEAD


Businesses brace for another challenging year

Call to fix Tomba bridge 


Communities in North West Guadalcanal have called on their Member of Parliament (MP) and responsible ministry to fix the Tomba bridge that has been damaged by heavy rain. 

Maka’a commends MP for Ugi Wharf 


The Premier of Makira Ulawa Province Julian Maka’a has commended the Member of Parliament (MP) for Ugi/Ulawa William Bradford Marau for his push to get the national government to fund the building of the Ugi wharf at Selwyn Bay.

Local students in Taiwan study under strict measures


LOCAL students in Taiwan are continuing with their studies despite the threat from the coronavirus (COVID-19).

MPs Ete, Iduri and Fika petition cases dismissed


EAST Honiara MP Douglas Ete, MP for West Kwara’ae Sam Iduri and West Kwaio MP Titus Fika have retained their seats following the dismissal of their petition cases in the High Court.

PAY-OUT PROCESS CRITICISED


NPF should have done better, say members

More heads back to the West


PACKED boatloads of people are returning to the Western Province following orders by the Governor-General and the Prime Minister. Following the declaration of a state of emergency and closure of schools and businesses, more people are heading back to their home islands in the province.

Solomon Islands receives two more NEGATIVE COVID-19 test results

Two more results for COVID-19  suspected cases in the Solomon Islands have come back negative. The test results were confirmed by the Ministry of Health after being sent for testing in Australia.

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