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THE Solomon Islands Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SICCI) has thanked members of the business community for jumping in to assist with disaster relief since last week, following the flooding that devastated many parts of Honiara.

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MEMBER of Parliament for East Honiara, Douglas Ete has blasted the NCRA Government, saying it has failed to allocate funds to counter national disasters such as last week’s flash flooding in Honiara and Guadalcanal.

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TRANSPARENCY Solomon Islands has accused the government of using the flood as an excuse to release constituency funds ahead of this year's election.

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SOLOMON Islands is facing a slow clean up and recovery following last week's devastating floods.

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  • Apr

A HYGIENE specialist for UNICEF in Solomon Islands says the first cases of malaria, diahorrea and respiratory illness have been confirmed in evacuation centres following last week's devastating floods.

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IT’S a week today after the devastating floods hit Honiara, but Grace Funua is still mourning the loss of her five-year-old brother and four –year-old niece.

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MEMBER of Parliament for East Honiara has denied claims he introduced a new system of relief support which require victims to hand in their voter ID cards in exchange for relief assistance.

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VOTER registration has been extended in certain areas for another 14 days.

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REPORTS from an assessment conducted at various flood stricken villages in the Guadalcanal plains revealed that the lack of transportation access and communication are preventing flood victims there from receiving relief aid and evacuation.

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AN accused charged with murder following a killing in East Guadalcanal in 2010 has had his case further adjourned to April 23.

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SOLOMON Islands communities and residents in Australia have begun packing and putting together goods to send to flood victims in Honiara.

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THE Public Solicitor’s Office (PSO) has been requested to give explanations as to why its lawyers have not visited and provide legal representation to remandees at the Rove Correctional Centre.