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Residents in Honiara are encouraged to plan their weekend activities ahead of the curfew.

Curfew Not a Mock Exercise

Police Commissioner (Ag), Mostyn Mangau says the curfew in Honiara city is not a mock exercise.
“The regulation is on restriction of movement. So this regulation as government has announced, it is to get people to be prepared. But it is a regulation that is gazetted. When it is gazetted it is a law”, Mangau said.

Honiara Curfew $10,000 Fine to Be Imposed

Honiara city will be on lockdown as of Friday evening.
"Those lost are our brothers and sister under the banner of Solomon Islands", Ariki said.

Youths Remember Fellow Citizens in Candlelight Vigil

Over 30 young people from Rotaract, One More Shot and All Saints Youths were united to remember the 27 people lost in the recent sea tragedy.
The Government has launched two separate investigations into the recent sea accident involving the MV Taimareho which has resulted in 27 passengers washed overboard when the vessel encountered rough seas triggered by cyclone Harold Thursday last week.

Ship Operators Urged to Comply with Maritime Safety Laws

The Government has repeated its call on ship operators to comply with Maritime Safety Laws of the country.
CBSI says that on the demand side of the economy, there has been uncertainties on global demand for the country’s exports, along with a significant restraint in consumer spending in the domestic market.

CBSI Asses Impact of COVID 19 on the Solomon Islands Economy

The speed and extent of the Coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic around the world has necessitated a revision to the Central Bank of Solomon Islands’ (CBSI) near-term growth outlook for the Solomon Islands economy.