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Premier Suidani calls for calm

Malaita Provincial Premier Daniel Suidani calls for calm following yesterday's standoff in Auki after Malaita for Democracy (M4D) wanted Chinese out of Auki town.

Leave politics aside

MP urges PM to address Taimareho 27 tragedy

Wale backs gov’t fiscal policy response

OPPOSITION Leader Mathew Wale says he is pleased with the government’s approach in terms of the fiscal policy response to the COVID-19.

TSI hail MP

TRANSPARENCY Solomon Island (TSI) commends Member of Parliament (MP) Peter Kenilorea Jnr for reasons given with regard to his intention to return the money to the Economic Stimulus Package Committee. 


THE Malaita Provincial Capital of Auki came to a standstill on Wednesday morning after a protest notice was issued to all Chinese to leave Auki within 24 hours.

China incoming passengers’ tested negative 

A total of 104 passengers arrived at Henderson International airport last night, 10:15 pm local time with most of the tested negative prior to boarding the flight. 

SINU semester 2 begins next week

THE Solomon Islands National University (SINU) is set to begin its second semester as of next week.

Ete urges gov’t to act

MEMBER of Parliament (MP) for East Honiara says the government must step up efforts to fight against the deadly virus, support health facilities, and pump more money into the economy.

Wale on non-inclusion of climate change  

OPPOSITION Leader Mathew Wale says it is disappointing to note that the government of the day has forgotten climate change as one of the priority issues to be included in its 2020 Supplementary Appropriation Bill 2020.


Nurses await decision from ministry

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