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BIG PROMISES FOR MALAITA


DCGA revisits Malaita projects as top priority for 2020

Customs receive mobile X-Ray scanner


THE Customs Division of the Ministry of Finance and Treasury (MoFT) will now be able to non-intrusively inspect cargo imports and exports to detect cargo assessed as “high risk” at Honiara International port with a newly received mobile x-ray scanner recently.


The Solomon Islands Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SICCI) announces the inaugural winner of a new award for its annual Business Excellence Awards (BEA). 


THE United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), relevant national stakeholders and representatives from five schools in Honiara took part in the final validation workshop within the “Schools Re-thinking Plastic Initiative”, in Honiara on Tuesday 26th November 2019.

Solomon Islands farewells 13th Commissioner of Police    


Solomon Islands has farewelled the 13th Commissioner of the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force, Matthew Varley, MBE during a ceremony at the Rove Police Headquarters in Honiara today (29 November 2019).

MP under attack    

 

  • North Malaita MP victim of morning raid
  • Thugs leave behind a damage of over SBD$300k

Honiara-based Bougainvilleans cast votes


THE Bougainvilleans in Honiara have finally had their opportunity to cast their votes as part of the Bougainville Referendum.

BECS stages graduation, prize giving day


BISHOP Epalle Catholic School (BECS) in West Honiara has staged its annual graduation and Prize giving ceremony, Thursday.

16 Days of Activism to End Violence against women, girls


EVERY year from 25 November to 10 December the Australian High Commission in Honiara takes part in the 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence, a global campaign to raise awareness about gender-based violence and the adverse impacts it has on women and girls around the world. 

DIVIT RTC held graduation


DIVIT Rural Training Centre (RTC) in North West Guadalcanal on Thursday held its 2019 annual graduation ceremony with 30 students completing their studies.

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