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MALAITA Premier Daniel Suidani has declared his ...

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Comments clarified

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Kenilorea: PM’s ...

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US envoy meets ...

September 12th, 2019
LEADERS from Malaita met the visiting United ...

Bartlett: SI yet to ...

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MOST schools in Malaita Province do not have ...

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AGOVAKA: WHY WE MUST SWITCH



ESTABLISHING diplomatic relations with China may lead to a boost in the local economy, Communication and Aviation minister Peter Shanel Agovaka claims.

Kurukuru appeals

The country’s national men’s futsal team Solomon Kurukuru is appealing to all its supporters and fans to pledge and support them in their preparations towards the OFC world cup qualifiers next month. 

Taiwan youth ambassadors visit Parliament



THE visiting 28 youth ambassadors from Taiwan yesterday paid a brief visit to Parliament and the Speaker of Parliament Patteson John Oti.

Varley urged to act  

 



A CONCERNED man from Malaita is calling on the Police Commissioner Mathew Varley to act immediately and investigate allegations concerning his officers in Auki, Malaita province.

Solomon Water hits out at Sasako report



SOLOMON Water Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Ian Gooden has refuted recent statements published on Island Sun on “Minister Tovosia accused of ‘misinforming’ parliament on water situation in Honiara” by Alfred Sasako 3 September 2019 as -  misleading. 

Kenilorea: PM plays cheap politics 

CHAIRMAN of the Parliamentary Standing Foreign Relations Committee (FRC) Peter Kenilorea Jnr says attempt to tarnish his credentials on international matters and understanding of our government processes by the Prime Minister is but “cheap politics”.

Fugui to face Foreign Relations Committee

INQUIRY STARTS TODAY

West eyes link with China province



AS a way forward in their support to see the country switching its diplomatic ties with China, the Western provincial government is eyeing a sister-relation with a province in China.

PM rebuffs reports

PRIME Minister Manasseh Sogavare has responded to speculations circulating in the mainstream media and to misleading reports surrounding the China- Taiwan issue.

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