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Commanding Officer of Marau Station, George Piri confirmed the incident that they managed to locate only eight of the 23 but sadly, one of them has died.
The Premier of Western Province said pollution of plastic bags in the province has reached epidemic proportions.
The Minister of Culture and Tourism Bartholomew Parapolo this week said his office is gearing up for the festival.
The Solomon Islands National Emergency Operations Centre confirmed that four dwelling houses and twelve kitchens in Namo village collapsed.
Forty crew members of Vietnamese 'blue boats' will be dealt with by the court Thursday for failing to pay their fines for illegal fishing.
“We cannot keep on going and allow merciless people to take out other people’s life prematurely,” says the Mayor of Honiara.
Relatives said a girl was swimming along with two others at the water front of Rorosi river in the Solomons when a ‘monster snatched her’.
The Solomon government is hoping that major fines and charges against the illegal fishing boat crews will act as a deterrent to the blue boat problem.
Three Vietnamese blue boats and 43 crew have been seized in Solomon Island waters in recent days.
An arrest warrant has been issued for the Minister of Justice and Legal Affairs after he failed to appear in court over an alleged traffic related charge.