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May 14th, 2021
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Premier Maka’a ...

May 14th, 2021
THE Makira Ulawa Provincial Premier, Julian ...

NO FORMAL AGREEMENT ...

May 14th, 2021
NO formal agreement between the United States ...

SINU owed $123M in ...

May 13th, 2021
STUDENTS owe the Solomon Islands National ...

CALLS MOUNT TO ...

May 13th, 2021
THE death of a young engineer earlier this week ...

44-yr-old son ...

May 13th, 2021
Officers of the Royal Solomon Island Police Force ...

Mission accomplished

May 13th, 2021
KG VI students received WASHBAY 85’   IT was ...

DISSOLVE HCC 

May 13th, 2021
Says Opposition Leader based on ‘Special Audit ...

IS IT EXTORTION?

May 12th, 2021
EXTORTION allegedly involving one Honiara City ...

Photographers to ...

May 12th, 2021
A TEAM from the One More Shot (OMS) consisting of ...

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  • Apr

TWO men who stole 36 tanks belonging to the Ministry of Health and Medical Services (MHMS) projects in 2017 and then sold them to other people were both sentenced to two years in prison, Monday.

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  • Apr


Red Cross supports affected families in Guadalcanal Plains

  • 12
  • Apr


The Government House will open a condolence book for signing by dignitaries and members of the public during a wreath-laying ceremony of His Royal Highness, Prince Philip this morning.

  • 12
  • Apr


THE roll-out of the Sinopharm vaccination which arrived in the country last night is pending approval from the World Health Organisation (WHO).

  • 12
  • Apr


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School heads urged ‘get vaccinated
* Local PNG students safe
* Exam fee exempted

  • 12
  • Apr


POLICE remain vigilant to maintain security along the national border in Western Province, Choiseul, and Malaita Outer Islands (MOI).

  • 12
  • Apr


ABOUT 120 engineers to help with the construction of the 2023 Pacific Games stadium and other facilities in Honiara have arrived in the country last night.

  • 12
  • Apr


THE turnout of frontliners for vaccination at the Central Field Hospital in Honiara remains poor with only 400 people last week taking the total to around 3044 since the rollout of the vaccination more than a fortnight ago.

  • 12
  • Apr

GOVERNMENT through the Ministry of Education and Human Development Resource (MEHRD) says students in forms five and six will not be paying their exam fees this year.

  • 12
  • Apr

We are the first Pacific nation to receive Chinese made vaccines

  • 11
  • Apr

Disgruntled Renbel landowner takes law into own hands

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  • Apr


The Premier of the two popular provinces in the country, Guadalcanal, and Malaita have come together and rebutted a statement issued by the Prime Minister on US Aid-funded projects in the country.

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