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    Father’s sexual assault case adjourned

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    BY JENNIFER KUSAPA THE case of a father alleged to have sexually assaulted his daughter in Ngella last year will be mentioned again in court on April 19. This is for the defence counsel Ron Dickey...

    Suspect held for murder

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    POLICE have arrested a man for the alleged murder of a 25-year-old male at Halavo village, Central Islands Province on Monday. The arrest was made by Officers of the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF)...

    SDA youth-Pathfinder mission brings unity to Ngella community

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    By Mikemachris Bentley A weekend excursion by young people from the Lau valley SDA church has helped heal a long-standing division within a village on Ngella, Central Islands Province. On Thursday, the Youth and Pathfinder missions...

    Central gov’t remains strong: Manetiva

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    BY ALFRED PAGEPITU CENTRAL Islands Premier Stanley Manetiva says his government remains “strong and solid rock”. He said this after winning last week’s motion of no-confidence by an overwhelming majority vote of nine against four. Manetiva told...

    Premiers beat motions

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    BY ALFRED PAGEPITU TWO premiers defeated motions of no confidence against them yesterday. Central province premier, Stanley Manetiva, famous for his strong stand against logging in the province, won by an overwhelming majority vote of nine...

    Motion of no Confidence against Manetiva today

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    BY ALFRED PAGEPITU No confidence motion against Premiere Stanley Menetiva will be decided at the Assembly Chamber in Tulagi today. This comes after the Speaker of the Central Islands Provincial Assembly, Francis Moah rescheduled the date...

    3rd anti-logging premier faces motion

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    BY ALFRED PAGEPITU A month after announcing his intentions of banning logging in the Central Province, Provincial premier, Stanley Manetiva is staring down the face of a motion of no confidence against his government. This was...

    Food supplies under threat as new weather patterns sweep Solomon Islands

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    By Ben Bilua, Mavis Nishimura Podokolo and Jennifer Kusapa From King tides swamping villages to crop confusion leaving families hungry, changing weather and climate patterns due to climate change have spawned a new era across...

    Manetiva clarifies ‘questionable payments’

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    BY ALFRED PAGEPITU THE Premier of Central province has clarified accusations of possible conflict of interest under his leadership in regards to payments being made to fuel depots owned by provincial workers.  The accusations against the...

    Only ‘licence fee’ should be paid to CIP: RIPEL

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    BY BARNABAS MANEBONA RUSSELL Islands Plantation Estates Ltd (RIPEL) put down concern that they are operating ‘illegal’ in Central Islands Province (CIP). On earlier media issue that the CIP Provincial Government and Administration deemed RIPEL operating...