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KOSI launches new tuna product

KOKONUT Solomon Islands (KOSI), formerly Kokonut Pacific Solomon Islands, on Friday launched one of its newest products called Tuna in Kokonut oil.

Wale: Caucus decision unfair

OPPOSITION leader Matthew Wale says the decision by Caucus to deny the Chinese component of the Constituency Development Fund (CDF) to six constituencies in Malaita is not fair.

PM distances Sam Group from gov’t

PRIME Minister Manasseh Sogavare says the Government has no connection and does not know about China Sam group.

Body found washed ashore

A BODY of a middle aged man has been found washed ashore at Susuka village in Choiseul province over the weekend.

Church condemns actions of Rietveld

THE Christian Reformed Churches of Australia (CRCA) says they have taken a strong stance against the actions of Kevin Rietveld, who was jailed for three years recently for abusing girls here.

Students to move to 12 best China universities

NINETY-ONE Solomon Islands students studying in Taiwan have been given opportunities to study in 12 of the best universities in China.

RSIPF commends Makira Ulawa Province for peaceful election

The Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) commends the people of Makira Ulawa Province for a peaceful provincial assembly election and the bye-election for the East Makira Constituency held at the same time, Wednesday (11 December 2019).

More pathfinders arrive

HUNDREDS of pathfinders are pouring into Honiara as the countdown for the 2019 Trans Pacific Union pathfinder camporee is fast approaching.

Eight rescued at sea

POLICE in Temotu rescued eight people last Sunday aboard a fibreglass boat after drifting at sea for hours.

Five MPs unfairly punished, says premier


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