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September 19th, 2019
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Danny on diplomatic ...

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MEMBER of Parliament for Rendova -Tetepari Danny ...

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September 19th, 2019
* Man accused of getting $70k to testify* Murder ...

Kuma refutes ...

September 19th, 2019
FINANCE and Treasury Minister Harry Kuma has ...

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September 19th, 2019
Fugui urged to act on promise By IAN M.KAUKUI ...

WPDC to visit ...

September 18th, 2019
WESTERN Provincial Disaster Committee (WPDC) will ...

PS calls on staff ...

September 18th, 2019
STAFF of the Ministry of Agriculture and ...

Taiwan projects ...

September 18th, 2019
TAIWAN in its final attempt to salvage its ties ...

Premier: why we are ...

September 18th, 2019
MALAITA Premier Daniel Suidani says there are ...

News (9907)

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THE man who caused damage to the Coral Sea Resort in Honiara using a Backhoe Excavator last October will appear in court today.

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POLICE in Gizo, Western Province, have arrested and charged three brothers from theGizo Top hill area for alleged common assault following an incident on 6 September 2019.

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THE United States (us) is considering working in Bina Harbour, Malaita Province with other donor partners under the USAID program.

  • 11
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• Heavy rain cause havoc in Western Provincial capital

•      Mother died, husband, daughter survived

  • 10
  • Sep

THE Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) will farewell the Royal Solomon Islands Police Vessel (RSIPV) Lata tomorrow at Aola Base, Point Cruz in Honiara.  

  • 10
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THE Anglican Church of Melanesia (ACOM) owned school in Makira Ulawa province St Stephen Pamua College has taken ownership of a new girls’ sanitation project.

  • 10
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* Firimolea to take plea
* Disclosures for accused received

  • 10
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MINES minister Bradley Tovosia says he’s well aware of the problems the mining industry faces and pledged to fix them for the good of the country.

  • 09
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LOCAL kava farmers in the country are benefiting financially from the lucrative kava industry due to global demand.

  • 09
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THE Taiwan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) on Saturday announced a 5-day visit by Solomon Islands Foreign Affairs Minister Jeremiah Manele beginning September 8 amid speculation of a possible switch in political allegiance by Honiara to Beijing.

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  • Sep

THE Sogavare-led government remains focus as they continue to wait for the report from the bi-partisan taskforce on whether to switch from Taiwan to China.

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