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Sunday, December 4, 2022

Climate finance roadmap launched

BY NED GAGAHE Finance Minister Harry Kuma...

Court wants a quick one on Winwin case

BY JENNIFER KUSAPA Court has told counsels in...

Gov’t hopes to table TRC report next year

By EDDIE OSIFELO THE Government hopes to table...

The kava boom on Malaita

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By Brian Lezutuni THE fog has just cleared as Walter Ara begins his steep climb up the hills behind his village. After every five minutes he stops to catch his breath in between smoking tobacco from...

Siesie villagers celebrate International Literacy Day

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ON Wednesday, 8 September, hundreds of newly literate people gathered at Foubaba Community School in West Kwaio, to celebrate International Literacy Day.  The day’s activities were organized by the Siesie Ward Literacy Programme. The programme, which has been a special project of LASI (Literacy Association of Solomon Islands)...

Sanga’s ‘game changing’ decision

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From journalist to community developer By BRIAN LEZUTUNI A FEW years ago, Lesley Sanga was a familiar name typed out boldly on the pages of the Solomon Star newspaper. For six years, the young-man from East Kwara’ae...

CHRISSA SISTERS’, UNKNOWN BUT WITH HITS DECADES AGO

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By Tahisihaka Andrew Dormans: Growing up as a child or a teenager in the rural communities of Solomon Islands in the early 1980’s, the most popular medium of information and source of entertainment available is...

Sawmill operators get hands-on training

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MINISTRYof Forestry and Research together with the Japanese International Corporation Agency (JICA) under Sustainable Forest Resource Management (SFRM) Project are training sawmill operators at Falake Community, West Kwara’ae, Malaita Province. The four days hands-on training...

AWCA establishes coastal boundaries

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BY SAMIE WAIKORI AUKI AHETAHA Water Conservation Association recently completed a four-day CBRM awareness, concrete weight construction and floater deployment along 2.4km of coastal demarcation of conservation area. Reason to carry out the demarcation is to protect...

The man who is ‘Blind Tome’

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BY ALFRED PAGEPITU LIVING with disability was never seen as a barrier for 52-year-old Tomme Tanisuda, or known in the local music scene as ‘Blind Tome’. The gifted musician who was born blind, talked with the...