BREAKING NEWS

Category: Honiara City

Beware of fake notes: CBSI

Jared Koli- January 10, 2022

Each year the Central Bank of Solomon Islands (CBSI) continues to receive alarming reports and incidences of individuals tendering Counterfeit currency (or false money) to ... Read More

Police yet to make arrest of riot instigators

Jared Koli- January 6, 2022

The Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) is yet to arrest the alleged instigators of the recent violent riot in Honiara. Members of the Police ... Read More

Police arrest two teenage suspect for burning down of Parliament leaf hut

Jared Koli- December 23, 2021

Officers of the Royal Solomon Island Police Force (RSIPF) at Central Police Station have arrested two alleged suspects on 19 December 2021 for burning down ... Read More

Government Disaster Waste management Concept plan in 2nd phase of implementation

Jared Koli- December 22, 2021

The Solomon Islands Government through the National Disaster Operations Committee (N-DOC) has completed developing a Disaster Waste Management Clean-Up Concept and is now being implemented. ... Read More

Cabinet defers public service housing assistance policy to July 2022

Jared Koli- December 20, 2021

The implementation of the  proposed Public Service Housing Assistance (PSHA) policy has been deferred to 1 st July 2022.  Public Service circular memorandum This is ... Read More

Solomons Islands tourism infrastructure intact after unrest

Jared Koli- December 13, 2021

Destination now facing a long road back to pre-COVID tourism fortunes Honiara, Solomon Islands – Pictured, the Tourism Solomons team doing their best to get into ... Read More

Economy loss reaches $534 million: CBSI updated impact assessment

Jared Koli- December 3, 2021

The extent of the adverse impact of the recent civil unrest in Honiara on the economy is extensive and estimated to have reached $534 million, ... Read More