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Riot torn businesses to receive payments soon

By EDDIE OSIFELO ABOUT 162 businesses affected by...

INQUIRY SOON

BLC sets to inquire into decision to...

CBSI COMMITTED TO NEW PAYMENTS SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT 

The Central Bank of Solomon Islands (CBSI)...

Listen to the people first: Suidani

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BY SAMIE WAIKORI AUKI PREMIER of Malaita province, Daniel Suidani wants the Prime Minister to address the demands of the people before he can make a call for peace. Speaking to the local media in Auki yesterday,...

All positive cases clinically stable

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BY MAVIS N PODOKOLO A Senior health expert within the Ministry of Health and Medical Services has confirmed that all the positive cases picked out from Honiara are clinically stable , as no one is...

Please stay at Home

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Members of the Honiara public are asked to stay at home as the situation in Honiara remains tense. Police are working tirelessly to bring the situation under control as crowds of people are defying the...

Suidani adds call for Prime Minister to step down

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THE Premier of Malaita Province, Daniel Suidani has supported calls by the leader of the Parliamentary Opposition group, Matthew Wale for the Prime Minister, Manasseh Sogavare to step down. The statement comes as parts of...

AFP here to assist local Police

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THE first Australian Federal Police Officers deployed to assist maintain law and order in Honiara following two days of rioting have arrived at the Henderson Airport, a couple of minutes ago. The first deployment touched...

Third COVID – 19 Suspected Case Tests Negative

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RESULTS of the third suspected Coronavirus case of Solomon Islands that was sent to Australia over the weekend has tested Negative. This is the last of the three sample tests received to date, all...

Man gets 18 months after ‘massage gone wrong’

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BY JENNIFER KUSAPA A 46-year-old man found guilty of sexually assaulting his niece has been sent to jail for 18 months. Deputy Chief Magistrate Ricky Iomea in sentencing the accused said the victim was feeling unwell...

PM assassination report, Police reminds media of responsible reporting

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The Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) is encouraging the media to report with a sense of responsibility on matters that will cause fear among people. This reminder comes as an article was published on...

GOV’T MOVES IN ON RIPEL

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Negotiates deal to bail out two bankrupt Austrian companies LEAKED documents have suggested that the Prime Minister’s Chief of Staff Robson Djokovic and the Attorney General John Muria Jnr are cooking up a “dubious deal”...

CHINESE WOMAN SLAIN

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Police yet to I.D any suspect BY JENNIFER KUSAPA A Chinese woman was killed yesterday morning in her shop at the White Angel building, Pt Cruz. The incident occurred reportedly after 8am in one of town’s busiest...