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Wednesday, October 27, 2021

    Amwata fulfills needs of Star Harbour farmers  

    THE commissioning of LC AMWATA recently at the historic port of Namuga, Star Habour is a dream come true and a long awaited answer to irregular shipping service to the region.The occasion has brought...

    Taiwan’s 106 years celebrated in Honiara

    BY LYNTON AARON FILIA SOLOMON Islands and Taiwan’s Embassy in Honiara celebrated the 106th Republic of China (Taiwan) National Day at the Mendana Hotel on Tuesday.The Double Tenth National Day marked Taiwan’s 106 years of...

    PM proud of SI Mandarin speakers and students

    BY CAROL-ANNE SULEGAPRIME Minister Manasseh Sogavare expressed how overwhelmed he was to know that more than a hundred Solomon Islands students are studying in tertiary institutions in Taiwan as they will be the country’s...

    SIPA tightens screw on internal financial control

    By Alfred Sasako THE Solomon Islands Ports Authority (SIPA) has tightened the screws on internal financial control following forensic audit has uncovered anomalies, it was revealed yesterday.“Most of the anomalies have now been sorted out...

    SI-ROC Taiwan diplomatic affiliation dubbed trustworthy

    BY CAROL-ANNE SULEGAPRIME Minister Manasseh Sogavare has dubbed Solomon Islands diplomatic relationship with The Republic of China (Taiwan) as consistent and trustworthy.Sogavare made the statement during Taiwan’s double ten celebration at the Mendana Hotel...

    Makira-Ulawa Premier urges LOs to open land

    BY SAMIE WAIKORIPREMIER of Makira-Ulawa province has called on his people to work together and open their land for development.In a recent interview with this paper, Hon Stanley Siapu said they have a lot...

    Two senior officers escape PM’s cost-cutting measures  

    By Alfred Sasako TWO senior staffers in the Prime Minister’s Office appear to have escaped savage cost-cutting measures taken by Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare earlier this year.Many Political Appointees lost their jobs as a result...

    Miss Pacific Islands and MSIP 2017 visit PMO and MWCYFA

    BY MAVIS NISHIMURA PODOKOLOTHE reigning Miss Pacific Islands Ms Anne Christine Dunn and the Miss Solomon Islands 2017 contenders visited the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) and the Ministry of Women Children Youth and Family...

    Call to check pot plants bound for provinces

    BY ALFRED PAGEPITUGIZOGIZO authorities and public are calling on ship owners to make sure pot plants are quarantine checked before transported to the provinces.This call follows several findings of the giant African snail in...

    SIMSA in need of more qualified personnel

    BY SAMIE WAIKORI THE Solomon Islands Maritme Safety Administration (SIMSA) is in dire need of qualified personnel, it is reported.SIMSA, which is proposed to be upgraded into the wider-scoped Solomon Islands Maritime Authority (SIMA), needs...