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Saturday, May 21, 2022

First ever high-level PRC visit to SI

By EDDIE OSIFELO A BIG Chinese delegation led...

Upgrade of MSG building underway

BY BEN BILUAGizo COMMUNITY Access and Urban Services...

Call for visa conditions for expat airline managers

BY BEN BILUA Gizo TRAINING for Pacific Island airline...

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...
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World A Reggae Music’ coming here

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By PETER ZOLEVEKE JNR JAMAICAN hardcore ragamuffin and deejay, Keith Blair known better in the reggae world as Anthony B, will be performing live for the very first time in Solomon Islands on 29 February...

JASON BENNETH’S UNIQUE AIR SPRAY ART SHOWCASED

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SOLOMON Breweries (SolBrew) recently unveiled a unique air spray art by local artist Jason Benneth on the Sportsman Pub exterior walls at the Bahai area. The artwork featured SolBrew brands SolBrew Lager, Canoe Lager...

Grereo festival starts

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BY MAVIS N PODOKOLO THE 2021 Grereo festival and Isabel Second Appointed Day Celebration for Isabelians residing in Honiara was officially opened yesterday with the aim to re-ignite cultural and religious values. The event was held...

DJ Dirty Fingerz to rock club HP tonight

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BY LYNTON AARON FILIA DJ Dirty Fingerz from Papua New Guinea (PNG) will rock club Heritage Park Hotel tonight with hip hop and RnB along with the Solomon Islands fans. Mr Brendan Chan also known as...

More than 12k raised in Band fundraiser in Auki

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BY SAMIE WAIKORI AUKI MORE than 12,000 was raised from two hours show hosted by Roots 21 band during their first gig at the old fish market area in Auki last week. The band scheduled also scheduled...

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...

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...

The Black Sistaz to tour Solomon Islands

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By Gary Hatigeva AUSTRALIAN-based band of West Papua, the Black Sistaz have been confirmed to tour Solomon Islands in the middle of this year in an effort to help local organisers raise funds for victims...

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...