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Wednesday, September 28, 2022

Media workers discuss investigative role

The Pacific Anti-Corruption Journalists Network (PACJN) yesterday...

Sasako: SI engrained in corruption

BY BEN BILUAFORMER Member of Parliament and...

Region’s media told to probe more into corruption

By EDDIE OSIFELOPACIFIC’S media owners, editors and...

North Guale constituents to manage own roads

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BY SAMIE WAIKORIMEMBER of Parliament for North Guadalcanal Constituency Samson Maneka says the problem faced with roads in the constituency is now a thing of the past.Speaking during a ceremony to hand over a...

Students victimised

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Eight weeks of closure leaves 300+ students stranded, no end in sight for disputing authoritiesBY BARNABAS MANEBONAEIGHT weeks of closure is depriving the 300-plus students of Manddela Primary school of their education.An impasse between...

Taiwan brings healthy diet to Visale

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BY LYNTON AARON FILIA A two-day health training programme on health and nutrition evaluation for students successfully ended last week at the Visale community high school.The programme was facilitated by doctors and nurses from Kaohsiung...

VEKE SUPPORTS FEDERAL SYSTEM

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PREMIER for Guadalcanal Province Anthony Veke expressed that Guadalcanal’s main aspirations towards achieving lasting peace and stability is by adopting the Federal System of Governance and the introduction of legislations to avail customary land...

GUADALCANAL CITREC GRADUATES GRANTED IMMIGRATION NOMINATION TO CANADA

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GUADALCANAL CITREC graduates Amelia Muse and Careka Volly are on their way to Canada both as food supervisors for an international fast-food restaurant chain.This time their employment in Canada is not seasonal but for...

110 YEAR OLD FORMER SOLOMON ISLANDS COASTWATCHER TO RECEIVE A MEDALLION

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Dear Editor, ACCORDING to a broadcast on Radio New Zealand International, today, Wednesday, and quoting Sir Bruce Saunders in Honiara, a local 110 year old gentleman, a former Coastwatcher during the battle of Guadalcanal in...