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June 02nd, 2020
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Police investigate ...

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IFC Is Supporting ...

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Solomon Islands companies surveyed by IFC, a ...

Gov’t urged to be ...

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FARMERS in Malaita are calling on the national ...

Molea opens new gas ...

June 02nd, 2020
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Mayor tight-lipped ...

June 02nd, 2020
CITY mayor Wilson Mamae has accused councillors ...

WE WANT TO COME HOME

June 02nd, 2020
Stranded students in Philippines want gov’t to ...

SUSPICIOUS SACKING

June 01st, 2020
Abae accuses Sore for unfair removal of HCC ...

178 repatriated ...

June 01st, 2020
THE 178 repatriated individuals who have recently ...

Govt welcomes ...

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PRIME Minister Manasseh Sogavare said his ...
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COVID-19 affects NRH services

THE COVID-19 situation in the country is affecting normal health services at the National Referral Hospital (NRH) resulting in unnecessary deaths since attention is solely focused on emergency cases only.

SPM clarifies why lockdown is necessary


THE Government has clarified the question of ‘why it is necessary for a lockdown’.

Govt announces repatriation of nationals


THE Government’s Covid-19 Oversight Committee has announced the repatriation of Solomon Islands Nationals who are stranded in Australia and Fiji as a result of flight closures due to COVID-19.

Our fight is not over: PM 

PRIME Minister Manasseh Sogavare says the national fight against the COVID-19 pandemic is not over.

PETITION VERDICT


Galokale ousted, Shanel retains seat

IT’S NOT A MOCK LOCKDOWN: AG MURIA


ATTORNEY GENERAL (AG) John Muria Junior has clarified that the lockdown is not a mock exercise.

Teachers & Police to receive salary, Wednesday


The Government will pay Police and Teachers’ salaries on Wednesday this week ahead of the lockdown period.

WALE QUESTIONS THE TELEKOM/RSIPF MOU


The Leader of Opposition, Hon. Matthew Wale questions the legality of the MOU signed by Solomon Telekom and the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force, to foster the exchange of communication-related information.

Kenilorea Questions Lockdown Intention


The Member of Parliament for East Are Are, Hon Peter Kenilorea Jr has questioned the purpose of the “mock lockdown” this week in Honiara. In a statement to the media, Kenilorea questioned the government’s overall plan for coronavirus management and control.

IS SZETU BLAMING SORE?


HCC Clerk accused for not doing his job

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