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Sunday, November 29, 2020

Media urged to report accurately

CHIEF Electoral Officer Jane Waetara urges media to report with facts and responsibility...

    China’s $6m to PM

    Wale says it’s a ‘National Shameful Fund’ By EDDIE OSIFELO PRIME Minister Manasseh Sogavare has a $6 million special discretionary fund under his belt, which China...

    Fugui, our Beijing ambassador

    By EDDIE OSIFELO FORMER Member of Parliament for Central Honiara, John Moffat Fugui has been endorsed by Cabinet to be Solomon Islands new ambassador to China, insiders confirm.

    PM urges unemployed people in Honiara to return home

    BY BARNABAS MANEBONA ALL citizens not working who are living in Honiara are encouraged to return or relocate to their provinces immediately as Honiara is the most vulnerable location...

    Ministry to meet airfares of terminated students: PS Rodie

    By EDDIE OSIFELO MINISTRY of Education and Human Resources will meet the airfares of the six terminated students in Philippines. Permanent Secretary, Dr Franco Rodie confirmed...

    Schools to remain closed: Rodie

    BY MAVIS NISHIMURA PODOKOLO SCHOOLS in the country will still remain closed as the emergency period is extended another four months. This was revealed to Island...

    Solomon Islander by blood

    Two touch-rugby world cups for New Zealand By Taromane Martin & Peter Zoleveke II THOUGH not many Solomon Islanders are known for playing rugby, there are...

    MHMS condemns speculation on social media

    MHMS condemns speculation on social media BY ALFRED PAGEPITU THE Ministry of Health and Medical Services (MHMS) has rubbished speculation on social media that the coronavirus has reached...

    Untold stories

    -Government’s state of emergency playing into hands of employers, also exposing evil deeds -Indigenous employees fall victim By Alfred Sasako THE State of...

    Employees of tourism industry and Soltuna to be laid off

    By EDDIE OSIFELO A growing number of employees in the tourism and fisheries sectors are being laid off as the impacts of the global covid-19 pandemic grips Solomon Islands’...

    Debt choke

    Private students top SINU’s unpaid tuition fees By Alfred Sasako THE Solomon Islands National University (SINU) is owed about $48 million in unpaid tuition fees with more than...