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Gov’t told to act on Taimareho tragedy


THE Malaita Provincial Government is calling on the national government to take action on the MV Taimareho sea tragedy in April that killed 27 Malaitans at sea. 

Mangau says behaviour of accused unacceptable


ACTING Police Commissioner Mostyn Mangau has described the incident where a 42-year-old man had sexual intercourse with his 13-year-old nephew at Gizo, Western Province as “sad and inappropriate”.

Young Samuel saves turtle from slaughter


Eleven years old Samuel Jason Voda Marsh, a fifth-grader at Honiara International School (Woodford) on Thursday joined officer from the Ministries of Environment and Fisheries to tag and release back into the wild, a juvenile Green Marine Turtle (Species name - Chelonia mydas). 

ON POLICE RADAR


Commentator probed 
over published articles

Gov’t praised for repatriation


THE Government was commended for repatriating the first batch of citizens that were stranded in other countries due to the COVID-19 pandemic restrictions.

Gov’t urged to bring Honiara students back


THE national government is being urged to start chartering ships to bring back Honiara students who were sent home as a result of its mass repatriation exercise last month.

Gov’t sets to pay SINU student allowances

GOVERNMENT sponsored students studying at the Solomon Islands National University (SINU) will receive their allowances next week. 

SORE: DEAL IS A ‘TRIAL’


More controversy over 
council fire extinguisher

In court with Assumpta

  • Two foreigners to face court
  • Illegal casino case back to court June 

Goal keeping course set to roll after June


GOALKEEPING courses for Provincial Football Associations (PFAs) are scheduled to roll out after the month of June.

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