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    HCCHD proposed plan still in working progress

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    BY ALICE NANTARA Honiara City Council Health Division proposed resolution concerning the Kukum, Mataniko and Rove clinics is still in working progress. The proposed idea was to allow late evening operations carried out by these three...

    SI & Taiwan – two friends walking the road of friendship

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    Excerpts of speech by Governor General Sir Frank Kabui on the occasion of the State Luncheon to mark Taiwan’s President Tsai Ing-wen’s visit to Solomon Islands It is almost 7 years ago that I made...

    26 medical interns graduate from NRH today

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    The NRH will hold a ceremony today to mark the graduation of 26 new doctors who will finish their clinical internship by the end of 2017, and begin work as registrars. 19 of the group...

    New centre boosts tourism

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    BY SAMIE WAIKORI THE country’s tourism industry is set to benefit much from its new craft market centre. Marketing Manager of Solomon Islands Visitors Bureau (SIVB), Mrs Freda Unusi told Island Sun yesterday the new facility...

    Joint police and fisheries operation releases 20 dolphins

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    TWENTY dolphins have been released from captivity and 14 suspects arrested in a joint operation by Police officers in Gizo and Noro, Western Province and officers from the Ministry of Fisheries at Rapata Village...

    Upgraded Mataniko bridge opens this month

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    BY LORETTA BRIGIDIA MANELE THE westbound Mataniko Bridge currently under the construction by Kitano and World Kaihatsu Kogyo Co Ltd Joint Venture is set to open on November 15. This was revealed by the Director of...

    Fang yet to enter plea

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    BY JENNIFER KUSAPA A Honiara businessman alleged of involving in corrupt activities is yet to be arraigned since his defence lawyer was engaged at the High Court yesterday. James Fang is the owner of Fangs Shop...

    Taiwan and SI against climate change

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    BY BEN BILUA SOLOMON Islands and Taiwan have agreed to work hand in hand in the fight against climate change. The agreement is stamped in the signing of an MOU for meteorological cooperation by Prime Minister...

    Australia solar charges 3 Guale villages

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    AUSTRALIA through the Direct Aid Programme (DAP) has donated a solar power charging station with light and battery kits to benefit three villages of New Tenabuti in north-east Guadalcanal; Gheghede, Ghesa and Ghovu. Initiated by...

    East Kwaio produces first surgeon

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    By Alfred Sasako EAST Kwaio, often ostracised by the rest of the country, has produced its first Surgeon. Dr Elvis Biofa Japhleth who comes from Ilanunu Village, near Atoifi Hospital in East Kwaio, has been awarded...