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Akosawa welcomes EU funds to fight trafficking

By EDDIE OSIFELOTHE Ministry of Commerce, Industry,...

Repairs done to airport runway

Emergency runway repairs have been completed at...

Kenilorea thanks West Kwaio for voting in Claudius Tei’ifi

PARLIAMENTARY Wing leader of the Solomon Islands...

SIEC prepares for Western and Choiseul elections

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BY SAMIE WAIKORIAukiACTING Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) of the Solomon Islands Electoral Commission, Freddrick Bosoboe says they are preparing for provincial elections in the Western and Choiseul provinces.The CEO told the local media during...

$4,000 raised for school water project

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BY NED GAGAHEThe Gospel Light Christian School has raised over $4,000 during a recent fundraiser programme for the school’s clean water project.School Education Agency (Foursquare Church) Nei Manu and School Principal Craelyn Da’agi disclosed...

Gizo among recipients of waste recycling fund

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BY BEN BILUAGizoGIZO has been named as one of the recipients of the PacWastePlus funding mechanism designed to facilitate the recycling or recovery of waste.The funding will provide a sustainable financing systems to enhance...

60, 2019 candidates yet to retire expenses

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BY SAMIE WAIKORIAukiACTING Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) of the Solomon Islands Electoral Commission, Freddrick Bosoboe says up to 60 candidates who contested the last national general elections in 2019 are yet to submit their...

Why SIPA workers want their CEO out

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By EDDIE OSIFELOTHE dispute between Workers Union of Solomon Islands (WUSI) and Solomon Islands Ports Authority (SIPA) Chief Executive Officer, Eranda Kotelawala is centred around three issues.This was revealed in an application WUSI filed...

Peaceful by-elections, counting starts today

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BY SAMIE WAIKORIAukiWEST Kwaio constituency and its provincial ward 28 held peaceful by-elections yesterday.The by-elections, especially for ward 28, was second to test the synchronize election system and generally things went well during the...

BAD WEATHER WILL IMPROVE

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Trough lies over Temotu, Renbel and Makira, says MET.BY NED GAGAHETHE Solomon Islands Meteorological Service has forecasted an ease to the current bad weather the country is facing in coming days.In an interview with...

SIPA steps up for Honiara road

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Solomon Ports yesterday signed a memorandum of understanding with the Ministry of Infrastructure Development (MID) for the provision of Traffic Lights, warning signboards, and road markings for Honiara City.The signing was conducted by SIPA’s...

Persons with disability struggle to earn income

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BY MAVIS N PODOKOLO PERSONS with disability are often denied access to formal employment according to the President of the People with disability, Simon Dolaiano.“Financially people with disabilities are often denied access to formal employment...

MASI thanks SIPA for support

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THE Media Association of Solomon Islands (MASI) has acknowledged the support by the Solomon Islands Ports Authority for preparations towards the 6th Pacific Media Summit 2022 (PMS).PMS is the largest media gathering in the...