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Riot torn businesses to receive payments soon

By EDDIE OSIFELOABOUT 162 businesses affected by...

INQUIRY SOON

BLC sets to inquire into decision to...

CBSI COMMITTED TO NEW PAYMENTS SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT 

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

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...

Naha communities mark Mother’s Day with lots of fun

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By EDDIE OSIFELOTHE four Naha communities in East Honiara have come together to celebrate Mother’s Day with food, dances and soccer games over the weekend.The celebration started on Saturday night with feast and cultural...

House stoning case heads to trial

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BY JENNIFER KUSAPATHREE people alleged of stoning the Guadalcanal Premier’s residence at Lengakiki will face trial on July 25, 2022.Yesterday a pre-trial conference was conducted on their case and the court, along with the...

Minister worry about investor confidence

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By EDDIE OSIFELOMINISTER for Commerce, Industry, Labour and Immigration says he’s concerned about “investor confidence” after last November’s riots in Honiara.Frederick Kologeto expressed his concerns when contributing on the motion to thank the Governor...

Church worker sacked for refusing COVID-19 orders

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A small group of Saint Barnabas Cathedral church in Honiara has expressed disappointment on the removal of Catechist Michael Saru after he refused to comply with Covid-19 protocols.Saru, who served the church for nine...

Work on water treatment plant to start June

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BY JENNIFER KUSAPAWATER turbidity and shut-downs from the Kongulai source will become a thing of the past when work on a $130 million water treatment plant designed to address the issue is completed next...

Clinic to be built for PG athletes

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By EDDIE OSIFELOTHE National Hosting Authority will build a clinic at Panatina to cater for the visiting contingents for the 17th Pacific Games in 2023.The Games will be held in Honiara from 19th November...

Covid-19 admittance at NRH declining, says Togamana

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BY MAVIS N PODOKOLOThe number of patients who end up being admitted at the national referral hospital is slowly declining, says Health Minister Culwick Togamana.Togamana this week said this, explaining:“In terms of hospitalization, our...

RAPPP fire expert supports joint operation to remove chemicals

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The Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF)-Australian Federal Police (AFP) Policing Partnership Program (RAPPP) includes support to the RSIPF’s Fire Rescue Service Division through the provision of an expert in emergency services- specialising in...