BREAKING NEWS

Category: Breaking News

Maesiola re-appointed to head MID

Jared Koli- June 27, 2022

The Government has re-appointed Stephen Maesiola as Permanent Secretary to the Ministry of Infrastructure Development (MID) following the end of his previous contract recently. PS ... Read More

23-year-old male suspect arrested for allegedly raping a 14-year girl

Jared Koli- May 11, 2022

Police in Taro, Choiseul Province have arrested a 23-year-old male suspect for allegedly raping a 14-year-old girl. Provincial Police Commander (PPC) Choiseul Province, Superintendent Vincent ... Read More

Government confirms, it is working to resolve outstanding LSL issues

Jared Koli- May 7, 2022

The Office of the Prime Minister and Cabinet (OPMC) confirms that it is working to resolve long outstanding issues between Levers Solomon Ltd (LSL) and ... Read More

Cabinet to decide on whether or not to execute the public servants new housing policy

Jared Koli- May 6, 2022

Cabinet will deliberate and decide on whether to continue with the Public Service Rental Scheme (PSRS) or execute the proposed Public Service Housing Assistance (PSHA) ... Read More

Health Minister confirms Omicron BA2 variant currently in transmission

Jared Koli- April 30, 2022

The Ministry of Health and Medical Services has confirmed the Omicron BA2 variant as the covid-19 variant currently in transmission in the country. Minister of ... Read More

Gold Ridge Mining Ltd accused of discharging mining waste without prior treatment and approval

Jared Koli- April 29, 2022

Gold Ridge Mining Limited (GRML) has been accused for discharging mining waste from the Tailings Storage Facility (TSF) directly into the river systems without prior ... Read More

SOLOMON ISLANDS – UNITED STATES BILATERAL TALKS A SUCCESS: US COMMITTED TO DO MORE

Jared Koli- April 23, 2022

Solomon Islands Prime Minister the Honourable Manasseh Sogavare warmly welcomed US National Security Council Coordinator for the Indo –Pacific, Kurt Campbell to Solomon Islands following ... Read More