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  • 14
  • May


A LONG time Honiara resident John Kina has called on responsible authorities to investigate the controversy over the Honiara City Council fire extinguisher initiative.

  • 14
  • May


THE Special Secretary to Prime Minister Albert Kabui has clarified the intention to amend the first regulation, which now becomes Regulation 2 after its gazette last week.

  • 14
  • May


CHIEF Magistrate Emma Garo will today deliver her sentence for the three prisoners who escaped from Rove prison last December.

  • 13
  • May

 


The premier of Malaita province raised concern at the behavior of two Malaitan national MPS recent actions to bring into Malaita province representatives of the People’s Republic of China PRC.

  • 13
  • May
  • Young sex offender told to stay out of trouble
  • ‘No offender is too young under law’
  • Gov’t urged to rehabilitate offenders
  • 13
  • May


A SUMMARY of outcomes following the two days Premiers Workshop recently in Honiara on the State of Public Emergency (SOPE) has revealed that the country’s provincial leaders now have an improved understanding of the emergency powers.

  • 13
  • May


KAVA bars, pubs, and casinos operating within the emergency zone of Honiara are now allowed to reopen for business.

  • 13
  • May


TWO Chinese who were caught conducting illegal beche-de-mer trade in Malaita Province during the ban period will have their operating licences cancelled.

  • 13
  • May


CHINA Harbour Engineering (SI) Company has once again come to our aid with the latest donation of COVID-19 kits.

  • 13
  • May


The Leader of Opposition Hon. Matthew Wale applauds the government for backing down on plans to suspend the Malaita Provincial executive. 

  • 13
  • May


PROVINCIAL Government and Institutional Strengthening (MPGIS) minister Rollen Seleso says he has resolved his differences with Malaita Premier Daniel Suidani during a meeting in Honiara, Tuesday.

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