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    Christafarai to rock Auki

    BY SAMIE WAIKORI AUKI THE international gospel reggae band, Christafarai arrived in Auki town ahead of shows they will put on for local funs. The 13 member band including Vanesa Quai from Vanuatu touched down from a...

    Fashion industry a billion-dollar business

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    BY MAVIS NISHIMURA PODOKOLO THE Association of Solomon Islands in Creative Fashion (ASICF) has created a platform for local established designers and emerging designers to use to boost the country’s economy. In its latest initiative, the...

    Emerging designers participate in 2018 fashion week

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    BY MAVIS NISHIMURA PODOKOLO THE 2018 fashion show has attracted an unprecedented number of designers who will one day become big names in the business. These young designers are students from King Georg Sixth School, St...

    Hasset visits Gizo’s new market house project

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    BY ALFRED PAGEPITU GIZO DEPUTY Australian High Commissioner Michael Hassett and Western provincial government delegation consisting of Premier David Gina, Provincial Secretary Jeffery Wickham   and officials on Tuesday held an informal visit to the new Gizo...

    Big Mountain rewards fans with epic show

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    BY LYNTON AARON FILIA BIG Mountain has made a stunning performance mostly playing its reggae hits songs about revolution and romance hyping up the hundreds who turned up at the Heritage Car Park Hotel on...

    We are pumped, ready for show: Big Mountain

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    BY LORETTA BRIGIDIA MANELE BIG Mountain has arrived in the country and will again bring relaxing, uplifting and mesmerising reggae vibes to the Solomon Islands when they perform live at Heritage carpark area this Saturday. Speaking...

    Big Mountain touches down tomorrow

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    BY LORETTA BRIGIDIA MANELE REGGAE music lovers will once again have the chance to see American reggae band, Big Mountain perform live this weekend. The band is expected to arrive in the country tomorrow before they...

    HBA hands $40k towards drug shortage to PM Hou

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    THE Honiara Band Association (HBA) has handed over $38,431 which it has raised towards the drug shortage in the country to Prime Minister Rick Houenipwela. The HBA has raised the funds through a series of...

    Two4One and Big Mountain to sign record deal

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    BY LYNTON AARON FILIA HISTORY will be made for the country’s music industry as the Big Mountain Reggae group looks to sign a recording deal with the Two4One Band of Solomon Islands. The Big Mountain reggae...

    Two4One eyes performing at regional stage

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    BY LYNTON AARON FILIA THE Two-4-One band has received two invitations to perform overseas following their comeback recently. They had left the music scene for a very long time. The legendary Solomon Islands band has been invited...