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Tuesday, August 9, 2022

CBSI COMMITTED TO NEW PAYMENTS SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT 

The Central Bank of Solomon Islands (CBSI)...

Apology offered to Japan following stabbing incident

BY MAVIS N PODOKOLOGOVERNMENT acted promptly to...

Tovosia: We will be careful in handling deep-sea mining

By EDDIE OSIFELOTHE Government will be very...

Hornets out to sting

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BY ROMULUS HUTAGUADALCANAL Hornets youth coach says they will treat every game as final in the 2018 Youth Solomon Cup that will kick off in Honiara this afternoon.FIFA-accredited assistant referee and school teacher, Jackson...

Victims want answers and compensation

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BY ALICE NANTARAVICTIMS of the 2001-2002 patrol boat shoot-out incident have voiced their concerns over their ‘unresolved matter’.Through the complaints made by the current Provincial Member for Vatukulau Ward in the southern region of...

Gold Ridge landowners need government support

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BY BEN BILUATHE landowners of Gold Ridge Mining have called on the government to live up to its promise in the development of Gold Ridge Mining.Chairperson of Gold Ridge Mining Mr Dick Douglas said...

First ever national herbarium building opens

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BY BEN BILUATHE Ministry of Forest and Research has officially launched the National Herbarium building, yesterday.Guest of Honour, the Deputy Prime Minister of Solomon Islands Hon Manasseh Sogavare said the event marks a historical...

World Bank and GCF sign Accreditation Master Agreement for Tina river hydro

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BY JARED KOLI IN BONN, GERMANY THE World Bank (WB) and Green Climate Fund (GCF) have signed an Accreditation Master Agreement which will soon see a roll out of the much awaited fund for the multi-million...

Tovosia labels Ministry of Mines as ‘dead’

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FORMER Minister of Mines and Energy Bradley Tovosia has described the ministry as ‘dead’ while denying allegations he has politically interfered with the proposed nickel mining project in Isabel Province.Tovosia was accused of trying...

Australia solar charges 3 Guale villages

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AUSTRALIA through the Direct Aid Programme (DAP) has donated a solar power charging station with light and battery kits to benefit three villages of New Tenabuti in north-east Guadalcanal; Gheghede, Ghesa and Ghovu.Initiated by...

Selwyn College academic performance smashes records

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BY BEN BILUACHURCH-owned Selwyn College continues to produce brilliant academic performance and results each year.Speaking during the 2017 graduation and prize-giving day last week, School Principal Mr Lionel Vuthia said Selwyn College semester-one pass...

Veke on CITREC’s Fruition

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AS Guadalcanal Provincial government farewells five GP-CITREC candidates heading for Canada in the coming days, two are already in Canada and another 10 are being processed for December bringing a total of 17 candidates...

Five set to work in Canada

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FIVE Guadalcanal - CITREC graduates are set to work in Canada for 24 months in the coming days.Guadalcanal provincial executive and staff from GP-Education authority held a farewell luncheon with Guadalcanal-CITREC students Friday last...