BREAKING NEWS

Author: Sharon Nanau

New COVID-19 Strategy

Sharon Nanau- January 21, 2022

The government's new COVID-19 strategy will see home based isolation and home care for individuals who are tested positive for COVID-19. Advisor to the Ministry ... Read More

Nearly 200 Defence and Police Personnel Cleared for COVID-19 Infection

Sharon Nanau- December 15, 2021

Around 200 defence and police personnel deployed to Honiara to assist with restoration of law and order in Honiara following the recent unrest, have successfully ... Read More

Medicine Stock Levels Explained

Sharon Nanau- December 3, 2021

The Ministry of Health and Medical Services (MHMS) would like to respond to media and public enquiries around medicine stock levels and reports of shortages ... Read More

Over SBD900 million in consolidated funds approved

Sharon Nanau- November 30, 2021

Parliament yesterday approved the authorisation of over $900 million  in consolidated funds following last week’s civil unrest.  Solomon Islands currency banknotes. CBSI Stock Photo When ... Read More

No confidence motion against Prime Minister set for December 6

Sharon Nanau- November 30, 2021

The motion of no confidence against embattled Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare has been set for December 6, 2021.  Adjourning parliament this morning, Mr Sogavare said ... Read More

Health Calls for Calm as Operations in Honiara now Affected

Sharon Nanau- November 26, 2021

The Ministry of Health is calling on all Honiara residents involved in arson, rioting, looting to please stop immediately as continuation of such activities will ... Read More

Police Commissioner Calls On Public to Refrain from Current Looting In Honiara

Sharon Nanau- November 26, 2021

The Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) strongly calls on the Honiara public to refrain from the current looting of infrastructure in the capital. In ... Read More