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Wood tops SI export to NZ

BY BEN BILUA Gizo WOOD remains top of Solomon...

NZ to support tourism here

A funding arrangement of NZD$550,000 (SBD$2.8m) to...

Call to upgrade rundown Maluu nursing facilities

BY SAMIE WAIKORI Auki THE Ministry of Health and...

TSL second spot wide open

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Eels lose three points.   By Taromane Martin   RACE for second spot in the Telekom Soccer League (TSL) is left wide open after second spot contenders Henderson Eels FC suffered a 4-3 loss to Malaita Kingz FC...

Budget ignores national activities: Maelanga

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By Mike Puia LEADER of Opposition, Manasseh Maelanga, says the 2018 appropriation bill shows no support towards upcoming national events. Maelanga made these comments during the parliamentary Public Accounts Committee (PAC) enquiry into the Ministry of...

Parl extends SOPE

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BY ALFRED PAGEPITU Parliament has passed the motion to extend the State of Public Emergency (SOPE) for another four months, making this the fourth consecutive SOPE. As Parliament is in session, Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare yesterday...

Stop comparing Malaita with other provinces: Suidani.

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BY SAMIE WAIKORI AUKI PREMIER of Malaita Province, Daniel Suidani has asked that people stop comparing Malaita with other provinces as they are still healing. He said critics often gaze at Malaita province other than other provinces...

PM Sogavare wants to see bi-partisan in fight against covid-19

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By EDDIE OSIFELO PRIME Minster Manasseh Sogavare invites the Opposition and Independent Group to work together in unity and solidarity as the threat of coronavirus intensifies in the world. As of yesterday, the COVID-19 cases worldwide...

Wale tells ministers to do their homework

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BY LORETTA BRIGIDIA MANELE MEMBER of Parliament for Auki/Langalanga, Hon Mathew Wale during Monday’s parliament debate encouraged MPs to do their homework and seek scientific data from their ministries and utilise them in policy making. Addressing...

Director General partially blamed for sour relations in MSG

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By Gary Hatigeva SOLOMON Islands Prime Minister, Rick Hounipwela has revealed on the floor of Parliament that one of the main highlighted reasons for what was regarded as a cause of sour relation at the...

Parliament ‘likely’ to resume in March

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By EDDIE OSIFELO PARLIAMENT is expected to resume its meeting in March, says clerk David Kusilifu. This follows Parliament session being in suspense after Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare moved the sine die motion last month. Kusilifu said so far there is...

Education Bill to be tabled this year: PM

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BY ALFRED PAGEPITU The Solomon Islands new Education Bill will be tabled in Parliament later this year, according to Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare. In his first nationwide address yesterday he said the National Education Board has...

Where were you?

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Rini questions Australia’s intentions over Undersea Cable project By Gary Hatigeva FORMER Finance Minister and Member of Parliament for Marovo, Snyder Rini has accused Australia over the manner in which she has become a major player...