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Three Makira schools expel over 26 students

THREE secondary schools in the Makira Ulawa Province are reported to have expelled more than 26 Third, Fifth and Sixth Form students allegedly for breaking school rules.

Miss Solomon Islands Pageant crowning tonight


THE crowning of the Miss Solomon Islands pageant 2019 will be held tonight at the Coral Sea and Casino Resort.

NSC chairman resigns amidst political pressure


SURI STEPS DOWN

Noro cable landing station commissioned



Minister for Communication and Aviation Peter Shanel, the Australian High Commissioner Roderick Brazier and dignitaries.

China’s special envoy here


China’s Special Envoy to the Pacific Island Forum Dialogue Ambassador H.E Wang Xuefeng is Honiara to discuss matters of importance with the various government officials.

CBSI warns public against bitcoin


THE Central Bank of Solomon Islands (CBSI) has warned the public that cryptocurrencies (i.e. virtual or digital currencies such as bitcoin, etherium, ripple, and others) are not currencies issued or regulated by the Central Bank.

Power of faith


MOUNT Horeb community high school in East Honiara has celebrated its 13th school graduation ceremony yesterday based on a theme ‘Power of Faith.’

Arnavon marine park wins Blue Park award for conservation


The Arnavon Community Marine Park in Isabel province has won a Blue Park award from the Marine Conservation Institute and its international science council. 

Kakara registers another successful graduation


KAKARA community high school (KCHS) in ward 4 of Malaita province on Thursday registered yet another historical and successful graduation.

3,000 hired for Census work

THE National Census Office through its National Statistics Office has recruited about 3,000 people to conduct the countrywide National Population and Housing Census starting next week on November 4th. 

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