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COMMUNITIES on the southern weather coast of Rendova in Western Province have relocated leatherback turtle eggs from their beaches that are vulnerable to the extreme weather events currently affecting the country. These beaches represent the largest leatherback turtle nesting beaches in Western Province.

  • 06
  • Feb


THE Malaita Provincial Food and Hygiene Division is pleased that few shop operators in Auki have started to cooperate with the regulations imposed on them.

  • 06
  • Feb


INTERIM Chief Executive officer (CEO) of Development Bank of Solomon Islands (DBSI) Tukana Bovoro has visited few Kava farmers in Malaita this last week.

  • 06
  • Feb


Government rates Feb 7 Charter as high risk

  • 06
  • Feb


The Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) today (5 February 2021) presented a Certificate of Appreciation and awards to former advisor Robyn Best in the Solomon Islands Police Support Program (SIPSP) after serving for nearly one and half years advising within the RSIPF. 

  • 06
  • Feb


THE Malaita Provincial Youth Office believes that involving more youths in Kava farming will help them to be self-reliant and improve their standard of living. 

  • 06
  • Feb


POLICE and other government stakeholders are yet to respond to the eviction notice served on them for the police to move out from the Hell’s Point land at Henderson.

  • 06
  • Feb

THE Solomon Islands Government through the National Disaster Management Office, NDMO, has deployed a Multi-Sectoral Technical Assessment Team on an oil spill operation in Graciosa Bay in Temotu Province, today Friday 05th February 2021.

  • 05
  • Feb


ONE of the great chief and sons of Central Guadalcanal, Guadalcanal province, and a well-respected Solomon Islands' statesman has passed on after battling a long illness. 

  • 05
  • Feb

THE director of One Link Pacifica Gerrad Tauohu who faces numerous false pretences is again seeking bail in the Honiara Magistrate’s Court.

  • 05
  • Feb

 


JIMMY RODGERS – the Secretary to the Prime Minister (SPM) has lost his bid for the Pacific Forum Secretary General’s job – the Pacific Region’s highest-paid position in an overnight online vote.

  • 04
  • Feb


One Link’s $300k missing from police exhibit facility

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