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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...

SINU students begin strike

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BY LYNTON AARON FILIA STUDENTS of the Solomon Islands National University (SINU) yesterday began their strike after two weeks of notice lapsed. During the strike notice talks were held between the SINU admin and the student...

Police call for respect to public properties

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BY SAMIE WAIKORI PROVINCIAL Police Commander (PPC) Malaita, Suprintendant Lesley Kili has called for respect to public properties across Malaita province. The call came following an alleged stone-throwing on a government signboard erected in West...

Survey: MPs fear losing seats

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By EDDIE OSIFELO One of the main influences behind government’s proposal to defer the 11th parliament is the fear by some MPs that they would not be re-elected next election. In the survey carried out by...

Logging poses danger to common needs of people

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BY MAVIS N PODOKOLO THE logging development in Solomon Islands is real and poses danger to the common needs of community people, according to Hilary Wemani. Mr Wemani is Japan's International Corporation Agency (JICA) Sustainable Forest...

White River crime watch group receives equipment

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By EDDIE OSIFELO THE White River Community Neighbourhood Watch group in West Honiara was boosted with new equipment yesterday. Thanks to Member of Parliament for West Honiara, Namson Tran, who provided $8000 to allow the group...

Beche-de-mer exporters, buyers to be issued with price guide

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BY JARED KOLI A set of price guide will be issued to buyers and exporters of the lucrative beche-de-mer product when the Ministry of Fisheries and Marine Resources (MFMR) concluded screening of applicants in the...

Vaccination surge in Auki

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BY SAMIE WAIKORI AUKI THE Whole of last week has seen a surge in the number of people who had taken their jab at the Central Field Vaccination Centre in Auki. From Monday to Friday, a total...

Climate change affects croc reproduction

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BY LYNTON AARON FILIA SALTWATER crocodile across the Pacific region is facing challenges with reproduction due hotter temperatures as a result of climate change. IUCN Crocodile specialist from Australia Dr Matthew Brien, who is here for...

Boost for pig industry

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THE Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock (MAL) through its Livestock Department has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Solomon Islands Pig Farmers Association (SIPFA) on 4th August 2021 towards development of the...

Kokonut Cup ends successfully

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BY Taromane Martin THE 9th Kokonut Cup competition was successful held at the Coconut Café in Honiara yesterday. Japanese International Cooperation Agency Volunteer Ms Yukie Miyano said the competition is aimed at encouraging Solomon Islanders to...