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Saturday, January 29, 2022

    Olive Ridley Turtles – A rare find in SI

    ON Thursday the 1st of April, four hatchlings (baby turtles) of Olive Ridleys were released by Daniel Besa, (Guadalcanal Provincial Government Minister of Fisheries and Agriculture), Willie Kokopu (Guadalcanal Provincial government senior Fisheries Officer),...

    Reports of dead fish near Tulagi

    BY ALFRED PAGEPITUTHERE have been sightings of dead fish washing up along the shorelines of Haleta and Tulagi in the Central Islands Province.Villagers in the area are shocked to find dead fish washed ashore...

    Development raises concern

    BY GEORGINA KEKEAINCREASING settlements and development of land along the Tenaru strip of area has raised concern among Guadalcanal people alike.For quite some time, there has been discussions in social media on this particular...

    Orion to sue SFA for $400m

    By Eddie OsifeloORION Limited is reportedly set to sue the Solomon Forest Association (SFA) over loss of business.It is understood the lawsuit will be for $403,011,350.20 (USD50,674,441.50).Report reaching this paper says Orion has satisfied...

    Sinking in the wrong place

    BY BARNABAS MANEBONABIKOI 1 is sinking near Tulaghi town’s undersea water supply pipeline, and there is nothing coming from authorities raising concerns from locals.There’s fear over the impacts of the ship’s sinking on the...

    Bethlehem youths launch bio-gas project

    BY LYNTON AARON FILIATHE Bethlehem Chapel Youth (BCY) ministry launched its bio-gas project on Thursday April 19, 2018.The Bethlehem Chapel Youth Ministry is a faith-based youth group located at the Tuvaruhu community just along...

    Lau lagoon to COP23 Germany

    MASI member, Island Sun’s reporter, Lynton Aaron Filia says he is humbled and honoured to contribute towards the COP23 through his photo stories on climate change issues in the Solomon Islands.Filia’s photograph was selected...

    Gov’t cautioned on impacts of mining

    BY JENNIFER KUSAPATHE national government has been urged to strongly consider the negative impacts of mining.Isabel premier Leslie Kikolo made the reminder in his second appointed speech in Buala, Thursday.Kikolo said with the current...

    Logging and mining negative comments is not the case: Vasuni

    BY BARNABAS MANEBONAIN NGELLASOCIAL media’s critical comments about Central province not doing enough to address logging and mining issues of the province is not the case said Premier Hon Patrick Vasuni.On his stand referring...

    SFA to meet over proposed Forestry Bill today in Honiara

    By EDDIE OSIFELOSOLOMON Forest Association (SFA) will go through the Drafting Instructions of Forestry Bill today at 10am.The meeting will be held at SFA Conference Room to discuss matters pertaining to this Forestry Bill.In...