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New magistrates sworn in


THREE new magistrates have been sworn in on Monday, bringing the total number of magistrates in the country to 14.

Police investigate alleged murder of 39 yr female

Officers of the Royal Solomon Island Police Force (RSIPF) are investigating the alleged murder of a 39-year-old mother at the Putagita Logging Camp, Roviana Lagoon on 5 January 2020.

RSIPF arrests one of three prison escapees


Officers of the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) have recaptured one of the three prison inmates who escaped from the Correctional Services Solomon Island (CSSI) prison at Rove on 15 December 2019.

Da’Ville featured in DMP’s new album


Touring Jamaican Reggae superstar Da’Ville a.k.a Turii Maysun has been featured in Doorman’s Project (DMP) new album which is currently being recorded.

Pollard: High tax on farmers slows economy


Managing Director of the Kokonut Pacific Solomon Islands (KPSI), Mr Bob Pollard said the high tax and high charges imposed for services to local farmers has caused the slow economic boost for the country. 

Auki needs more Police officers

Members of the public have called on the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) to increase the number of Police officers at the Auki Police station.

Students’ cry buoyed


Gov’t must address students’ issue in Taiwan, says Raramo

Cable system undergoes trial

THE Solomon Submarine Cable has announced four licensed operators in the country that are now connected to the International Coral Sea Cable System for customer trials, which will last until the end of January 2020.

Telekom clarifies slow internet 

LOCAL telecommunication giant Our Telekom has apologised to its customers as a result of a slow mobile internet in recent days.

Vunagi announces 2020 Honours and Awards


THE Governor General Sir David Vunagi has announced the 2020 Honours and Awards during his New Year’s speech broadcasted on the national broadcaster.

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