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Philip suggests schools closure


FORMER Prime Minister (PM) and Member of Parliament (MP) for Rendova Tetepare suggests all education institutions in Honiara should remain close for the year as part of protective measures against COVID-19.

New Japanese envoy presents credentials


THE Japanese new Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to Solomon Islands, His Excellency Morimoto Yasuhiro on Thursday presented his Letter of Credence to Governor-General His Excellency Sir David Vunagi.

Decline in log exports, slow revenue for SIG


LOGGING is still one of the country’s key export commodities but its contribution is expected to decline soon as log exports move to more sustainable levels.

Economic activities continues  


THE extension of State of Public Emergency (SoPE) does not mean ceasing economic activities within the country says Minister of Finance and Treasury Harry Kuma.

Search called off


SEARCH for the six people who went missing at sea in Temotu Province in July 11 has been called off.

Probe into aviation office burning continues

POLICE are still investigating the burning down of the Aviation head office building at Henderson, East of Honiara that happened early this month.

DRUG FIND

Amphetamine found on yacht

Fast money scheme warning


MEMBERS of the general public have been warned to avoid investing in any new and emerging fraudulent fast money-making schemes that are currently being promoted.  

Guadalcanal Province to celebrate on Friday


GUADALCANAL Province will celebrate its 36th Second Appointed Day today at Visale, North West Guadalcanal.

$10m allowance package


THE Government through the Ministry of Education has paid a total of $10milllion in COVID-19 allowance package to local students studying in overseas educational institutions.

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