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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)...

Gov’t cheque bounce

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Treasury records $20 million weekly revenue collection shortfall on September 1 By Alfred Sasako GOVERNMENT Treasury recorded a $20 million shortfall in its weekly revenue collection on September 1. As a result, government cheques made out...

Our Telekom boosts SINU communications

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SOLOMON Islands National University signed a new contract yesterday with Our Telekom, which wouldincrease the University’s telecommunications system.The event convened SINU’s Acting Vice Chancellor, Professor Basil Marasinghe and Our Telekom CEO, Mr Loyley Ngira, and staffs of both organisations.Our Telekom will supply...

Kurukuru leaves for Turkmenistan Monday

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BY ROMULUS HUTATHE national futsal side will leave for Turkmenistan on Monday to attend the Fifth Asian Indoor Games.This is four days ahead of the Games which officially kicks off in the city of...

Incidents involving logging contractors and landowners

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MORE and more I read of incidents and disputes occurring in the Solomon Islands involving Asian logging contractors and indigenous landowners. I can cite several cases in which logging equipment and machinery has been torched...

Draw rejuvenates hope

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It feels like win: FelipeBY ROMULUS HUTATHE performance by the Solomon Islands national soccer side in yesterday’s 2-all draw against the New Zealand All Whites in Honiara would in some way helped rejuvenated some...

Janus gets eight search warrants

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By Alfred Sasako THE Magistrates Court has issued about eight search warrants to JANUS, the crack anti-corruption unit, to help it burrow through mountains of corruption allegations against officials and politicians.These warrants were sought and...

The European Union wants its aid better targeted to the Pacific

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ACCORDING to a recent Radio New Zealand International news item, the European Union wants its aid and development to the region to be better targeted to the Pacific.The RNZI bulletin said:-“The EU is preparing...

Scientific development of a camera to see through the human body

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THE UK Evening Standard newspaper of 4 September 2017 gave exciting news of a scientific development of a camera capable of seeing through the human body.Quoting the newspaper article it said:-“Scientists in Scotland have...

India vows to help 7 Pacific states combat climate change

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IN a Radio New Zealand International (RNZI news bulletin today, Tuesday, 5 September 2017, it was reported that the Government of India has vowed to help 7 Pacific States combat the effects of climate...

New Zealand take my hands charitable trust nominated for a sustainable business award

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IN New Zealand, the charitable trust that has freighted containers of medical supplies and equipment for the NRH for the past 12 months has been named one of 12 finalists in the "Partnering for...