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Tuesday, October 20, 2020

Lack of rooms poses huge problem: PM

BY MAVIS NISHIMURA PODOKOLO THE National Oversight Committee of Covid-19 and the camp management are...

    Half pay

    …for public servants starts By EDDIE OSIFELO PUBLIC servants in non-essential services could be in for a shock when they get their salaries today (Thursday 14th...

    High Court orders stop to logging operations in Malaita

    BY SAMIE WAIKORI AUKI HIGH Court of Solomon Islands on 29th/05/2020 issued an order to cease all logging operations in Malaita province. The...

    PM announces 3-phase lockdown options

    PRIME Minister Manasseh Sogavare on Monday 6th April announced a three-phase lockdown option which has been forwarded to Cabinet for approval. This involves a gradual three-phase approach.

    Cable goodwill paid out?

    By Mike Puia IT appears the Office of the Prime Minister and Cabinet (OPMC) has made a goodwill payment to a group for landowners from Guadalcanal for the landing of the undersea internet cable on...

    Kenilorea Jnr resigns as deputy opposition leader

    By EDDIE OSIFELO THE Office of the Opposition has confirmed the resignation of Peter Kenilorea Junior as Deputy Opposition Leader. “We want to confirm that Peter...

    Opening door to Covid-19

    -Country’s entry checkpoints compromised due to disagreement among Government frontline agencies -Civil Aviation Ministry and Customs oppose shutdown By Alfred Sasako INTERNAL disagreement amongst...

    SI awaits test results for 4 coronavirus suspects

    BY MAVIS NISHIMURA PODOKOLO THE country is waiting for test results to its first suspected coronavirus cases. Samples taken from the suspects were sent to Melbourne, Australia,...

    Gov’t reshuffle

    Tanagada, Mewa, Auga, Marau, Avui and Filualea in the cycle By Alfred Sasako LANELLE TANAGADA – the Gizo-Kolombangara MP who abstained from voting on the diplomatic...

    Not if, but when

    Ministry of health confirms coronavirus entering Solomon Islands imminent, steps up preparedness BY MAVIS NISHIMURA PODOKOLO CORONAVIRUS-19 (COVID-19) entering Solomon Islands is not a question of “if”...

    Repatriation for students in Philippines approved

    BY CHARLES KADAMANA CABINET has approved the repatriation of 340 students studying at various institutions in Philippines for their safety. The number of coronavirus cases in...