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* Alleged fraudster yet to be summoned 
* Magistrate to inquire into accused’s state of mind

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The Solomon Islands Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SICCI) has congratulated the new Interim Commissioner of the Telecommunications Commissioner of Solomon Islands (TCSI) Calvin Ziru, on his appointment.

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The use of weaved coconut baskets at the Western provincial capital main market has been popular for over four decades now and it is gaining popularity at the Gizo market.

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Solomon Islands Alumni members of the Emerging Pacific Leaders Dialogue (EPLD) and the Commonwealth Study Conferences (CSC) are mourning the passing away of one of its senior members Sir Paul Tovua.

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PRIME Minister (PM) Manasseh Sogavare has applauded the support rendered by its donors and partners to the country.

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AstraZeneca vaccine replaces Pfizer

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THE Malaita Provincial Government (MPG) is expected to deliver more Fishing Aggregate Device (FAD) projects to coastal communities in the province this year.

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THE student that was brought back from Malaita Province who is now at the Field Hospital is still tested negative to date.

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New recruitments into the public service sector had been freezed effective as of January 1, 2021.

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PRIME Minister (PM) Manasseh Sogavare says the government is planning to bring back the remaining 40 students in Manila, Philippines.

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THE court will this afternoon rule on an application made to withdraw the traffic charge against Member of Parliament (MP) for Northwest Guadalcanal Bodo Dettke.

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AN ‘Official’ funeral will be accorded to the body of the late Statesman, Sir Paul Joseph Tovua, KCMG, OBE, and CSI, one of the founding fathers of the country, Tuesday.

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