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Kosui calls for fairness

FORMER Permanent Secretary (PS) of the Ministry of Commerce George Kosui says that Police must seriously investigate Djokovic’s traffic accident case.

Youths thank MARA govt

THE 2020 All-Pacific Youth Arise has thanked MARA government for finally accepting a covenant signed by former Premier Richard Namo Irosaea for Malaita to serve the God of Israel as their only living God.

In Court with Assumpta

  • Man accused of stabbing wife to know fate next
  • Possible plea on firearm case
  • Update on assault, murder case
  • Lambi arson case for trial in August 

US govt congratulates SI

THE United States Government has congratulated the government and people of Solomon Islands on its 42nd independence anniversary celebration.


University staff, students asked to resume work, classes

Makira Ulawa Province is the latest recipient of China’s continuous support to prepare the country should coronavirus lands on our shores.

Malaitans help foot court bill

Like-minded and courageous Malaitans have stepped forward and assisted the Malaita Provincial Government with finance to pay for its court case.

RSIPF: celebrate independence peacefully 

The Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) calls on members of the public in Honiara and throughout the country to celebrate the 42nd anniversary of Solomon Islands independence in a peaceful manner with respect for each other and our laws.

‘Unity Square’ unveiled

PRIME Minister Manasseh Sogavare says the location of the ‘Unity Square’ at the Solomon Islands Ports Authority (SIPA) in Point Cruz, Honiara is of great significance.


Three expatriates accused of illegal entry further remanded

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