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SORE IS NEW CITY CLERK

 



A FORMER top government official has been picked as Honiara City Council’s new clerk.

 US Aid reps meet PM



PRIME Minister Manasseh Sogavare and his Deputy John Maneniaru met with a high level team from the world's premier international development agency – USAID led by the Manila-based Regional Director Mr. Sean Callahan.

WEST BACKS CHINA MOVE



THE Western Provincial Government (WPG) has officially declared its strong stance for the country to formally switch ties from the Republic of China (ROC) - Taiwan to Peoples Republic of China (PRC).

Tests show VFresh Water is of ‘quality’



ONE of Honiara’s bottled water companies, VFresh Beverage Production, has been given a clean bill of product quality.

In Court with Assumpta Buchanan

* Murder accused to face High Court tomorrow
* Suspended officer to be sentenced 
* Mabo to front court today

Hou pleased with CLTS program 



THE Minister of Development Planning and Aid Coordination Rick Hou was pleased with the Community Led Total Sanitation (CLTS) program in North Malaita.

Australian Defense Minister visits Gizo



AUSTRALIAN Defense Minister Linda Reynolds on Wednesday made a three hour stop over in Gizo, Western provincial capital. 

Wale: gov’t to spend $6M on China-Taiwan review



THE Government will spend $6 million on the current review exercise set up to look into a possible switch in diplomatic ties from Taiwan to China.

Youths engage in community work to clean underpass 



YOUTHS from three communities in Honiara yesterday conducted a clean up at the underpass between the ITA Hardware and Central Plaza.

NTU: student allowances already processed in July

GOVERNMENT sponsored student studying in the Philippines have had their August allowances processed last month.

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