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Villagers say they are tired of ‘lip-service’


VILLAGERS of Fataleka and Kwara’ae in Malaita say they are tired of “lip-service development”.

Gov’t shares sympathy with Australian victims

THE Government has conveyed message of condolences to the Australian Prime Minister, the government and people of Australia on the loss of lives, properties and damage caused by the ongoing bushfire in Australia.

Beck condemns Island Sun report


THE Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and External Trade Collin Beck has condemned an Island Sun report that claimed he shot down a suggestion to send firefighters to Australia.

Wale: let’s pray for Australia

 


OPPOSITION leader Matthew Wale appeals to the churches and people of Solomon Islands to share a thought in their prayers, for the people of the East Coast of Australia, who have and are still suffering from the ongoing effects of the bush fires.  

Gov’t urged to start implement budget


THE Government has been urged to start implementing the 2020 budget priorities.

Former bank offer jailed for 15 months

A FORMER Bank of South Pacific (BSP) employee who confessed to stealing more than $50,000 belonging to a school in Honiara has been jailed for 15 months.

Husband arrested over wife’s death


POLICE have arrested a man in his 40s who allegedly stabbed his wife to death at Putagita logging camp, Roviana Lagoon, Western Province, last Sunday.

Tourism budget drops


THE Tourism industry will continue to fall behind if Government funding towards the sector continues to decrease.

DMP’s new album a surprise package: Promoter


DMP’s band manager and promoter DJ Victor Lopez said the local boy band is currently working on an album and they have few surprise features installed for the upcoming 4th album.

Women descendants set foot on Malaita


A GROUP of Fijian women who were descendants of Malaitans brought to work in Fiji’s sugarcane industry in the past have arrived in Auki on Monday, in search of their roots.

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