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Friday, December 3, 2021

    What has become of Rove seafront?

    WHERE is the Honiara City Council?And what are they doing about illegal developments in Honiara?In March last year, the council demolished a retention wall at the Rove seafront that was built at the mouth...

    Reduction in logging put pressure on Government

    THE reduction in logging activities will put pressure on the government’s ability to earn sufficient foreign exchange to pay for the current levels of imports.This requires the government to focus on developing and strengthening...

    Imburano communique sets new road map for KLTF-Gov’t partnership

    A new partnership road map between the Kolombangara Land Trust Foundation (KLTF) and the Government has been adopted in a communique signed at Imburano Eco-Lodge in the Highlands of Kolombangara last Friday.This new partnership...

    Helping Solomon Islands stronger, safer and more prosperous

    BY ELLISON VAHITHE importance of raising public awareness about disaster risk has been a highlight in terms of tragic fashions.According to the Australia’s partnership with United Nations International Strategy for Disaster Reduction (UNISDR) to...

    Honiara to benefit from Solomon Power $1bn programme

    By EDDIE OSIFELOHONIARA stands to benefit $500 million from Solomon Power five years $1 billion SBD capital programme from 2022-2027.This is because it has a customer base of 23,000 people.Solomon Power Chief Executive Officer,...

    VIEWPOINT- Loggers disregard of legal requirements

    TRANSPARENCY Solomon Islands (TSI) in its recent visit to South Choiseul was approached by community members of Posarae, Lituni and Loloko village who shared their concerns about logging activities happening within their various communities...

    Lack of gov’t support in reforestry on Malaita

    BY SAMIE WAIKORIAUKIREFORESTATION programme in Malaita province needs support from national government.The concept of replenishing forests is popular in Malaita, and many are engaged in the activity despite limited support; however, the gap caused...

    Battling plastic pollution

    By Ezekiel TalatauTHE clean-up campaign last Saturday at the World Environment day, World Ocean day and the Coral Triangle day, was initiated by the Ministry of Fisheries, Ministry of Environment, Climate Change, Disaster management...

    Visitors saddened by spoiled tourism & leisure sites

    BY LYNTON AARON FILIALOG ponds along the coast of Guadalcanal are a threat to the coastline and marine life. They also portray a negative image for tourism in the country.An example of such negative...

    Beat plastic pollution for World Environment Day

    BY GEORGINA KEKEABEAT Plastic Pollution”, the theme for World Environment Day (WED) 2018, is a call to action for all of us to come together to combat one of the great environmental challenges of...