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China direct flight remains  


THE Government’s plan to conduct a direct chartered flight to China on the 29th of August 2020 remains as it is.

SENDING MONEY OVERSEAS WORRYING


IRD concerned with businesses remitting money overseas

Bougainvillean border crossers jailed 


THE two Bougainvilleans who were arrested and charged for illegally crossing our border in June has been sentenced recently to six months imprisonment.

PM graces MUP day event


PRIME Minister Manasseh Sogavare has graced the Makira/Ulawa Province 2nd Appointed Day celebrations in Kirakira on Thursday.

Man, 60yr, rapes, impregnates granddaughter, 16

A 60-year-old grandfather at Paradise village, in North New Georgia, Western Province was arrested and charged for allegedly raping his 16-year-old granddaughter.

GINA BLASTS GOVT


Frustrates over China/SI deal and treatment to Malaita

SINU PROTEST LOOMS


MEMBERS of the Solomon Islands National University (SINU) staff will ‘withdraw all services’ for an indefinite period starting next week in protest to remove the Vice-Chancellor Dr. Ganesh Chand.

Kwaio chiefs request reconciliation over Mr Bell’s killing


CHIEFS from East Kwaio in Malaita Province have suggested that Malaita Province conduct a reconciliation ceremony over the killing of William Bell in 1927 which resulted in Malaitans standing against Malaitans.

CHINA FLIGHT CRITICISED


THE Government has now come under criticism over its proposed plan to organise a direct repatriation flight to China later this month.

Kuma hits back at TSI


The Minister for Finance and Treasury (MoFT) Harry Kuma has described the media article published by the Transparency Solomon Islands (TSI), as factually incorrect, malicious, and unbecoming of an organization that promotes itself as the beacon of transparency.  

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