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  • 06
  • Nov

QUESTIONS are being asked as to whether the initial design of the Government’s Economic Stimulus Package (ESP) took into account strategic considerations critical to long term returns on the overall tax-payer-funded $320 million investment.

  • 06
  • Nov


POLICE Chief Mostyn Mangau has assured members of the public that there is no police front liner protest over unpaid Covid-19 allowances as reported in the media, Thursday.

  • 05
  • Nov

JUST as Honiara-based members of the Solomon Islands Nurses Association (SINA) have returned to work after a two-day lightning sit-in protest, another group of frontline workers has threatened staging a similar sit-in protest.

  • 05
  • Nov


Ontong Javans livelihood snatched again

  • 04
  • Nov


CONTRACTORS engaged to collect rubbish around Honiara City are demanding Honiara City Council (HCC) to pay their bills.

  • 04
  • Nov

PARLIAMENT will resume next week on Monday the 9th of November according to the Deputy Clerk to parliament, Jefferson Hallu.

  • 04
  • Nov


THE man who broke and entered the Honiara City Council (HCC) head office in 2018 and stole a perfume has been sentenced to four years in prison, Tuesday.

  • 04
  • Nov


THE Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock (MAL) has approved 47 projects at the value of $587,082 to boost agriculture productivity within the country this year.

  • 04
  • Nov

Over its ESP approach and payout

  • 03
  • Nov


Fo'ondo Community High School (CHS) from the northern region of Malaita Province is second time lucky to get a share of benefit under the Provincial Capacity Development Fund (PCDF) says the School Principal Herman Salekai. 

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