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BOAT SINKS, FIVE MISSING

SEARCH is underway for five people who have gone missing after their boat sank last week in the Western province.

JFK’s last surviving rescuer died

Former US President JF Kennedy’s surviving rescuer has died at his home village at the age of 94 yesterday.

Noro school hall project gets support

Bolton International of United States and Indonesia has offered help to fund Noro community high school (NCHS) multi-purpose  hall.

PM congratulates new Dame Taylor, acknowledges Dr Rodgers

Prime Minister Gordon Darcy Lilo has congratulated the new Secretary-General of the Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat Dame Meg Taylor of Papua New Guinea.

PREMIER WARNED: Step down or call full assembly meeting

The ministry of provincial government and institutional strengthening (MPGIS) has issued an ultimatum to the Renbel premier Lence Tangosia to be  step down or call a full provincial assembly meeting since he does not have the numbers in his government.

IATA approved trainer assists airlines

The national carrier of the Solomon Islands, Solomon Airlines, has been working with an approved IATA Safety Management Trainer in supporting key management and staff to improve the airlines’ Safety Management culture and procedures for the past week.

Villagers end training

A three days business training at Papagu village in north Guadalcanal ended successfully on Friday.

Disorderly, disturbance tops police’s list

ACTING disorderly and causing disturbance related to alcohol has topped police’s list as the number one offence being recorded last week.

Man stabbed, hospitalised

An man believed to be in his 30s was hospitalised following an alleged stabbing incident in Munda, Western province over the weekend.

Ghizo island chief & elders association formed

A new chapter was rewritten for Ghizo Island communities following the full and unanimous acceptance of a formal association of community leaders on Ghizo Island at the end of a three-day workshop on community governance and traditional structure, held in Bibolo Village, West Ghizo.

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