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Saturday, July 2, 2022

USAID backed forest grant progresses into final phase

The Strengthening Competitiveness, Agriculture, Livelihoods, and Environment...

Locally made pallets for local businesses

Kolombangara Forest Products Limited (KFPL) has launched...

SI seeks reciprocal visa waiver from Australia & NZ

The Minister for Foreign Affairs and External...

Honiara-Jiangmen city ties highlight of Wang’s visit

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By EDDIE OSIFELOTHE signing of a sister relationship between cities of Jiangmen and Honiara was the highlight of the visit by the Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi to Solomon Islands recently.Chinese Ambassador to country,...

CITY WASTES PILLING UP

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Council says it’s a big issue to tackleBY MAVIS N PODOKOLOHONIARA City Council (HCC) says managing wastes within the city is becoming a major challenge as the population continues to increase.City Clerk Justus Denni...

Japan donates new vehicles to police

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BY MAVIS N PODOKOLOJAPAN handed over two Land Cruisers to the Explosive Ordinance Disposal team of the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force in Honiara last week.The vehicle keys were officially received by the Assistant...

Lots of prizes 2022 SolRice rugby comp

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BY IRWIN ANGIKIThis year is set for another entertaining year of rugby, with a lot of prizes on offer for hardworking players, teams and officials.The Honiara Rugby Union Association (HRUA) and SolRice have again...

HRUA lauds major rugby sponsor SolRice

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BY IRWIN ANGIKIThe Honiara Rugby Union Association (HRUA) has acknowledged its third-year major sponsor SolRice for making this year’s competition possible.The SolRice Grand Premier Rugby Competition is set to kick off first week of...

SOLRICE RUGBY COMP JULY

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BY IRWIN ANGIKIThe long-awaited 2022 rugby championship, dubbed ‘SolRice Grand Premier Rugby Competition’ is set to kick off first week of July.SolRice and the Honiara Rugby Union Association (HRUA) signed the sponsorship papers yesterday.Head...

Face-value of properties damaged during riot

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BY BEN BILUAGizoMinister for Finance and Treasury has outlined the dollar values of properties damaged during the November riot last year.Speaking in Parliament last month, Harry Kuma said the values of properties damaged during...

HCC moves to restore order at central market

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By EDDIE OSIFELOTWO Divisions in the Honiara City Council are implementing strict rules to restore order at the Central Market.The Market Standing Committee under Trade and Commerce and the Law Enforcement Division commenced the...

New challenges flipping roles in families and small business

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By Jeniffer KusapaTwenty-year-old Anna used to be relaxed and waiting on her parents to put food on the table. Now she is struggling to support her parents on a day-to-day routine for survival.Anna...

Solomon Power opens Anthony Saru branch

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Solomon Power (SP) opened its new office at the ground floor of the Anthony Saru building at Pt. Cruz, Today.The new office is located on the western side of the building facing the National...