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SolAir honours nurses with scenic flight

Solomon Airlines says ‘Tagio Tumas to our...

Kuku: we should not deal with bankrupt companies

The Leader of the Independent Group in...

Canada supplies 16k level-3 face masks

Canada has supported Solomon Islands with 16,800...

Parliament passes goods tax amendment bill

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By Gary Hatigeva PARLIAMENT has late yesterday, passed the Goods Tax (Amendment) Bill (Act) 2018 after members of both sides of the house agreed to adopt it and voted for its passage in its third...

Rini, Philip deny lucrative cash offers

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BY JARED KOLI   FORMER Prime Ministers Danny Philip and Snyder Rini have denied lucrative cash offers alleged in the local media in recent days. It was alleged that the two MPs were offered two cheques by...

PM Hou applauds Japan’s infrastructure initiative

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PRIME Minister Rick Houenipwela has welcomed Japan’s initiative for connectivity through quality infrastructure in the Pacific region. Speaking during the PALM 8 Leaders’ Summit on Saturday, Prime Minister Houenipwela said connectivity in infrastructure is vital...

Wale questions the appointment of Djokovic into DBSI interim board

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LEADER of Opposition Matthew Wale has questioned the government over the decision to appoint the Chief of Staff, Robson Djokovic as a member of the interim board that was established to oversee the transitional...

Watch out today

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SIDCCG tight-lipped over sackings of ministers and political appointees   BY ALFRED SASAKO TODAY could be D-Day for up to five senior ministers and at least two senior political appointees. But the Government remained tight-lipped last night over...

‘No corruption’

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Tovosia hits back at Axiom and Wale MINISTER of Mines, Energy & Rural Electrification, Bradley Tovosia has hit back at Axiom Chief Executive Officer Ryan Mount and Opposition Leader, Matthew Wale for accusing him of...

Listen to the people first: Suidani

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BY SAMIE WAIKORI AUKI PREMIER of Malaita province, Daniel Suidani wants the Prime Minister to address the demands of the people before he can make a call for peace. Speaking to the local media in Auki yesterday,...

Wale laments state of NRH

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BY ALFRED PAGEPITU LEADER of Opposition, Matthew Wale is worried about the state of the National Referral Hospital (NRH) describing it as an institution desperate on a number of fronts. In his speech on the 2021...

Kuku: we should not deal with bankrupt companies

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The Leader of the Independent Group in Parliament has cautioned the Government against working with two bankrupt companies in Australia. In a statement yesterday, John Dean Kuku says while he is happy to see the...

Former SSPM questions PMO officials

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By EDDIE OSIFELO FORMER Special Secretary to Prime Minister (SSPM), Andrew Muaki has questioned the integrity of some political appointees in the Office of Prime Minister and Cabinet (PMO) after they defended Chief of Staff...