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He says such behavior shows that they may be adapting and avoiding treated bed nets, raising the need to combat these deadly mosquitoes outdoors.

Research into Malaria in Solomon Islands Show Mosquitoes Adapting

Research into malaria in Solomon Islands has found that while there have been big reductions in the number of people becoming ill in the past 20 years, the mosquitoes that carry the infectious parasite are adapting their behavior.
Chief Justice Palmer held that the claim was an abuse of Court process and found that what was put forward by Hon. Wale’s lawyers were arguments that are not known to law.

Wale Loses Eligibility Case Against Sogavare

Chief Justice Sir Albert Palmer has ruled against the High Court challenge brought on by Opposition MP Mathew Wale.
The national team has four more games to play before they fly to Singapore for an international friendly.

Solomon Islands Wins Two Friendlies in Netherlands Tour

The Solomon Islands national soccer team has won two games out of three against club sides in Netherlands.
Mr Morrison has stepped up his focus on the region, appointing Alex Hawke into Cabinet as Minister for the Pacific and International Development.

Australian PM To Visit Solomon Islands in First Overseas Trip

Australia’s newly elected Prime Minister, Scott Morrison, will make his first overseas trip to the Solomon Islands next week.
Loloata Island Resort a 20 minute drive on the Magi highway from Port Moresby.

SINPF Buys 15% Shares in PNG Based Loloata Island Resort

The Solomon Islands National Provident (SINPF) Board has purchased its’ 15% shares in Loloata Island Resort Limited on Tuesday 14th May 2018 at the Lamana Hotel, Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea. The SINPF bought its shares for K12 million (approx. SBD$30 million) from funds generated from its’ Bank South Pacific equity investment returns.