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Wednesday, October 27, 2021

    Foreign Affairs provides $900,000 support for 2 local companies

    The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and External Trade (MFAET) has acknowledged another mile stone achieved by the Solomon Islands Enhanced Integrated Framework (EIF) Enhanced Capacity for Agriculture Trade (ECAT) project with the signing of two...

    Workshop on inclusivity for persons with disability ends on high note

    BY IRWIN ANGIKIA workshop looking at ways to enhance inclusivity for persons with disability has ended in Honiara on a “high note”.A thrilled Mr Casper Faasala summed up this milestone event with this idiom...

    Airline can soar high, says new chairman

    New SOLAIR chair confident of overcoming challengesBy EDDIE OSIFELOSOLOMON Airlines newly appointed Chairman, Frank Wickham is confident the airline will continue to fly through these difficult times and soar high when the skies are...

    Australia opens up for Solomon Islands

    BY ALFRED PAGEPITUAUSTRALIA is considering ‘further opening up its doors’ to Solomon Islanders, it is reported.This is if the Solomon Islands government reconsiders its move to recognise Beijing over Taipei.Sources tell Island Sun that...

    Australia supports SIWIBA to create better economic opportunities for women

    BY JENNIFER KUSAPATHE Australian government through the Strongim Bisnis program has established a partnership with the Solomon Islands Women in Business Association to support women create better economic opportunities.Speaking at a breakfast on Friday,...

    Mother’s courage in the face of a COVID induced economy

    BY BEN BILUAGizoSHE withstands the heat, the dust and with her body stretched to the limit, she keeps going to provide for her family.This is the story of 36-year-old, Rose Oli who fought against...

    Cross-road and Bloody ridge communities launch by-laws.

    BY JENNIFER KUSAPATHE communities surrounding the Cross-road area and Blood ridge have launched their community by-laws yesterday.Chief Wesley Tuita Ramo in an interview with Island Sun said the community is very grateful for the...

    Tubi thief fined

    Asian logger breaks environment and foreign investment laws, faces permit cancellationBY PRIESTLEY HABRUAN Asian logger is facing a fine of up to $100,000 over its illegal harvesting of “Tubi” trees in Isabel Province.The Foreign...


    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...

    ‘Access’ and life

    Persons with disability teach us what the word meansBY IRWIN ANGIKIYou think you’ve had a rough day? Please know that persons with disability live their lives everyday ‘rougher’.This is mainly because they do not...