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  • 11
  • Feb

THE Public Service plays a significant role in the delivery of government services to the people.

  • 31
  • Jan

LAST Sunday for the first time this year more than 2,000 tourists on board a visiting tourist boat Sea Princess graced our shores for a day long visit.

  • 19
  • Jan

IT is only a matter of months after the Bank South Pacific branch in Auki, Malaita was robbed by armed men, and robbers on Monday strike again.

  • 14
  • Jan

OUR young futsal stars have made us proud again.

  • 13
  • Jan

IT’S good to see chiefs working closely with police to address law and order issues in the settlements around Honiara.

  • 06
  • Jan

LAW-ABIDING residents of Taba’a settlement in central Honiara have shown the way forward to tackling the illegal home-brew drink kwaso.

  • 05
  • Jan

NO doubt everyone is recovering from days and weeks of celebrations from the Christmas and New Year period.

  • 27
  • Dec

LAST week leading up to the Christmas Day, Honiara city was very much busy with people rushing here and there conducting their last minute shopping before heading to the provinces by boat for their holiday.

  • 12
  • Nov

THE future of the newly built Manaoba Airfield in north Malaita now lies in the hands of landowners.

  • 08
  • Nov

SO the government had spent $60 million to build the tiny airstrip of Manaoba in the northern region of Malaita.

  • 03
  • Nov

LACK of police, immigration, and quarantine presence at the Solomon Islands-Papua New Guinea common border is a long-standing issue.

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