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Tuesday, September 27, 2022

Media workers discuss investigative role

The Pacific Anti-Corruption Journalists Network (PACJN) yesterday...

Sasako: SI engrained in corruption

BY BEN BILUAFORMER Member of Parliament and...

Region’s media told to probe more into corruption

By EDDIE OSIFELOPACIFIC’S media owners, editors and...

Media workers discuss investigative role

The Pacific Anti-Corruption Journalists Network (PACJN) yesterday hosted media owners, editors and senior journalists for a pre-summit workshop that discusses the media’s role in investigating the management of public resources.The event was held ahead of the official opening of the 6th Pacific Media Summit...

PNG/SI Community farewells young Xavier.

By Lynnissha RunaThe Papua New Guinea Solomon Islands Association has offered a small donation as they farewelled three-year-old Xavier Bele who left the country yesterday for special medical treatment in the Philippines.Young Xavier...

Madam Sogavare assist widowed market vendors

BY MAVIS N PODOKOLO THE Wife of the Prime Minister, Emmy Sogavare has hosted another fellowship for widows who are market vendors at the Fisheries Market.The Prime Minister’s wife said this not the first...

Job creation to counter a 32.4 percent unemployment rate

DEAR EDITOR, a news bulletin broadcast on Radio New Zealand on May 14, 2018, quotes the Chief Executive of the Solomon Islands Chamber of Commerce, Dennis Meone, has having said Solomon Islands needs to focus...
Solomon Islands
21,544
Total confirmed cases
Updated on September 27, 2022 12:58 pm
Vanuatu
11,930
Total confirmed cases
Updated on September 27, 2022 12:58 pm
Fiji
68,234
Total confirmed cases
Updated on September 27, 2022 12:58 pm
Australia
10,205,957
Total confirmed cases
Updated on September 27, 2022 12:58 pm

Flu strikes city residents

BY MAVIS N PODOKOLOUP to 72 per cent of people currently admitted at the National Referral Hospital are suffering from the flu outbreak in Honiara.That’s according to Health minister Dr Culwick Togamana.Togamana said...

OUTBREAK!

Flu hits Honiara, likely to spread to other provinces, says ministerBY MAVIS N PODOKOLOA FLU outbreak (Viral Respiratory Illnesses or VRI) has been declared for Honiara and Malaita.Health minister Dr Culwick Togamana relayed...

TRAGIC BOAT TRIP

Skipper recalls that fateful journeyBY BEN BILUAGizoWe watched the other boat heading towards Shortland Island while we tried to fix one of the two 40hp engine and follow them behind. It was the last time we saw them.These are the words of Tony Nonga who was one of the passengers of two boats which set out of Gizo, one of which is missing.Fourteen people were onboard the missing boat, most of whom are children.“The sea was fine when we departed Gizo. Both boats, a 75hp and a double 40hp travelled side by side towards Vella then we went ashore on an Island to better prepare the boats before crossing...

Media workers discuss investigative role

The Pacific Anti-Corruption Journalists Network (PACJN) yesterday hosted media owners, editors and senior journalists for a pre-summit workshop that discusses the media’s role in...

Rescued local returns home

A Solomon Islander who was rescued after 47 days at sea on August 18...

Media workers discuss investigative role

The Pacific Anti-Corruption Journalists Network (PACJN) yesterday hosted media owners, editors and senior journalists for a pre-summit workshop that discusses the media’s role in investigating the management of public resources.The event was held...

Gizo inter-faith hosts youth programme

BY BEN BILUAGizoGIZO Inter-Faith Committee has successfully hosted a special event for youths at Gizo.The event themed “connecting youths for peace building” brought together youths from every church in Gizo together to share...

Dubai Investor in the country

By NED GAGAHEA Dubai Based Investor is in the country to look at some investible sites in the Western...

Job creation to counter a 32.4 percent unemployment rate

DEAR EDITOR, a news bulletin broadcast on Radio New...

SI to benefit from Japan’s ¥1.3trillion aid

BY MAVIS NISHIMURA PODOKOLOSOLOMON Islands is one of the...

Why SIPA workers want their CEO out

By EDDIE OSIFELOTHE dispute between Workers Union of Solomon...

Education reform strives to promote quality education

THE current education reform agenda strives to promote quality...

Warrant of arrest for school chaplain

BY JENNIFER KUSAPATHE court has issued a warrant of arrest on the School Chaplain for Holau Vocational Christian Academy in West Honiara.This followed the...

‘Parliament road’ a failed project: Maelanga

By EDDIE OSIFELOMINISTER of Infrastructure Development Manasseh Maelanga has confirmed the abandoned road development from the Girl Guide area up to the western precinct...

GOV’T COULD LOSE $56M

Businessman wins lawsuit following Police and Fisheries Ministry cock-upBY JENNIFER KUSAPAGovernment could lose $56 million over a huge cock-up by the RSIPF (police) and...

Businesses concerned over proposed facebook ban

STRUGGLING businesses have expressed concerns over Government’s proposal to temporarily ban the world’s biggest social networking site ‘facebook’ in Solomon Islands.The Solomon Islands Chamber...

2,000 seasonal workers by end of year: Gov’t

By EDDIE OSIFELOGOVERNMENT expects to send 2000 workers to Australia under the Labour Mobility scheme by the end of this year.Currently there are 533...