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  • 26
  • May


FORMER Honiara City Council (HCC) Finance Chairman Councillor Billy Abae had verbally threatened the City Clerk Rence Sore under the influence of alcohol in the HCC Headquarter on the week before the lockdown.

  • 25
  • May


The call for submissions to access the recently announced stimulus package will be published from Monday 25th May and over the following two weeks.

  • 25
  • May


Szetu accused of bullying citizen’s right to speak

  • 25
  • May


PRIME Minister Manasseh Sogavare has called on all Solomon Islanders to be united in response to the COVID-19 Pandemic.

  • 25
  • May


FAUMAMANU Community High School’s newly built assembly hall is a good example of how well we can use taxpayers’ money to trigger development in our communities.

  • 25
  • May


A NEW assembly hall built for Faumamanu Community High School in east Malaita is a blessing for the school.

  • 25
  • May


THE World Health Organisation (WHO) has handed over additional equipment and suppliers from its previous support as part of equipping the quarantine centre at Henderson, the National Referral Hospital triage and isolation facilities as well as to support the refurbishment of the isolation centre in Auki and a new isolation facility n Gizo.  

  • 25
  • May


THE National Referral Hospital (NRH) is now ready to undertake COVID-19 tests.

  • 25
  • May


PRIME Minister Manasseh Sogavare has downplayed the recent commentaries in the media about the government using the State of Emergency for their own conveniences.

  • 22
  • May


NO law can stop the mentally ill patients who needed care walking the streets of Honiara during the 36-hour lockdown under the heavy presence of police force with severe penalties.

  • 22
  • May

THE first repatriation flight into the country to bring home our nationals who are stranded in Australia and Fiji as a result of flight closures due to covid-19 has been confirmed for May 26.

  • 20
  • May


THE Ministry of Infrastructure and Development (MID) plans to reequip the MID Civil Support Unit (CSU) in Malaita Province, says Permanent Secretary Stephen Maesiola. 

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