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  • 12
  • May


WHILST the Government and the Ministry of Health and Medical Services continue to pool all resources and prioritise the COVID-19 pandemic, we must not take our eyes off other health issues affecting the country.

  • 12
  • May


THE COVID-19 Oversight Committee has finalized a new 2020 COVID-19 Regulation 2 to replace the existing one.

  • 12
  • May


TEACHERS and students particularly those in the declared emergency zones such as Honiara are likely to face an uphill battle when classes commence this month.

  • 12
  • May

Chinese shops caught in illegal beche-de-mer trade

  • 12
  • May

Appointed Councilor refuse being owner of the private entity

  • 09
  • May


VICE-President of the Media Association of Solomon Islands (MASI) Douglas Marau has reminded journalists to continue to promote national unity during this current COVID-19 pandemic.

  • 09
  • May


DRINKING water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) in schools are very important for child health, wellbeing, education, and developed outcomes.

  • 10
  • May


THE Leader of Opposition Matthew Wale has dismissed the statement by the Prime Minister’s office that they are referring him to the police for investigation under the emergency Covid-19 regulations. 

  • 09
  • May


THE Minister for Health and Medical Services (MHMS) Dickson Mua says the SBD$44million provided by the Australian government would benefit all the provinces including Honiara.

  • 09
  • May


CHIEF Magistrate Emma Garo has yesterday ruled that she has the jurisdiction to hear the curfew related matters.

  • 09
  • May


DETAILS of a $2,000 that had gone missing under police custody in relation to a larceny case in the Honiara Magistrate’s Court is yet to reach the Police Commissioner’s Office.

  • 09
  • May


MINISTER of Foreign Affairs and External Trade, Jeremiah Manele has thanked the government of Australia for ensuring locals who are stranded in Australia due to travel restrictions following the declaration of COVID-19  pandemic are safe.

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