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Closing submission for Firimolea’s case


A ONE day trial conducted on the case of a man accused of robbing almost $100, 0000 from a Bakery in East Honiara last April has ended in the Honiara Magistrate’s Court.

Kava farmers rake $84k


LOCAL kava farmers from Malaita have their hard work being paid off after selling their kava products to Kubonitu Holding by earning $84,680.00 early this week.

Council chair hits back at associations


SINU 
STAFF ROW

CITY AUDIT UNDERWAY


Minister orders check 
on council finances

Ugi wharf ready to open


THE wharf project at Selwyn Bay on Ugi Island in the Makira Ulawa Province has been completed and ready to be officially opened.

PM: gov’t is serious against COVID-19

ACTIONS taken during presence of three foreigners at the Yacht Club on the 20th June have demonstrated the government’s seriousness and heighten alert to combat COVID-19. 

SASAKO AXED


Newspaper sacks senior and prominent journalist

New SINU education complex awaits opening  

THE state of the art Solomon Islands National University (SINU) new Faculty of Education and Humanities complex at the Panatina campus is now complete.

Djokovic questioned by police


POLICE are now waiting to finalise their investigation into Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare’s Chief of Staff Robson Djokovic.

$20m to fight COVID-19



The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has approved $20 million to help the Government of Solomon Islands combat the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) and its impact on the country’s economy.

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