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The kind of MPs we want

EAST Choiseul voters should be proud of themselves and their outgoing Member of Parliament, Manasseh Sogavare.

Western United

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SIBA responds to Sasako

Solomon Islands Bar Association (SIBA) has categorically denies allegations levelled against its president, Mr Donald Marahare, having a hand in the decision alluded to by Mr Alfred Sasako in an article which appeared in this paper last Friday.

Measles

Dear Editor –The fight against measles must continue because of the increasing number of cases now being recorded in the country.

Atoifi nurses

Dear Editor – I wish to be given the opportunity to write through this forum to express my concern over the issue of nursing students who are still waiting to do their probation.

Excitement in the air as tourists flock city

HONIARA was buzzing with excitement on Thursday after close to 2000 tourists from Australia landed at our shores.

Telling stories of and for Melanesian women

I began by asking Amanda to introduce herself, tell us something about her background and what had brought her to Port Vila.

Angry landowners shut down Bougainville airport

Angry landowners shut down Buka airport in Bougainville on Wednesday, disrupting scheduled flights and holding the travelling public to ransom.

Sogavare and RAMSI

The former Prime Minister, Manasseh Sogavare, told Parliament, during a debate last week, that he kept asking himself whether Solomon Islands could have done things differently prior to inviting the Regional Assistance Mission (RAMSI) in the Solomon Islands.

Australia says sorry, Maelanga accepts apology

AUSTRALIA on Wednesday, apologised to Deputy Prime Minister Manasseh Maelanga over an explosive body search its immigration carried out on him last week at Brisbane International Airport.