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CORONAVIRUS TRAVEL ALERT

Gov’t issues further advice for travellers

Poor waste management threatens environment

Lack of waste management has become a general environmental issue and has gained considerable attention in recent years in the Solomon Islands.

Manelusi brings ‘message of hope’ to inmates


In his visit last Friday to the Rove Central Correctional Centre (RCCC) inmates, Commissioner Gabriel Manelusi delivered a powerful message of hope to all convicts and remands.

Gizo public petition KHY seafront land

Members of public in Gizo are signing a petition to oppose current plans of the FTE holders to fence-off Lot 229 in a collaboration to petition the retention of the KHY sea-front.

Is it legal?


Munda shops reject ‘legal tender’ coins

Airlines loses on Brisbane-Munda route


THE Brisbane-Munda direct service is a loss for Solomon Airlines.

New travel restrictions in force


GOV’T ACTS ON CORONAVIRUS

RSIPF Maritime dolphin wharf project underway at Aola Base


Work is now underway to extend berthing space for patrol boats of the Royal Solomon Island Police Force (RSIPF) Maritime Aola Base in Honiara with the construction of a dolphin wharf funded by the International Division of the Australian Defence Force as part of the Defence Cooperation Program (DCP).

Constituents want machines back


VOTERS of the Fataleka Constituency in Malaita have urged their former member of Parliament (MP) Steve Abana to return machines he bought with the $1.5 million in 2018 from the constituency funds but never delivered it.

Public urged to think safety 

Traveling passengers to Honiara onboard ships are being urged to think of safety and take precautions when traveling. 

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