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Friday, December 3, 2021

    14 in Glasgow for COP26 summit

    By EDDIE OSIFELOTHE Government has sent a 14-man delegation to the 26th United Nation Climate Change summit (COP26) in Glasgow, United Kingdom, despite the economic impact caused by the coronavirus pandemic.The delegation comprises of...

    SolAir welcomes Fiji’s border reopening announcement

    Solomon Airlines has welcomed the announcement of Pacific neighbour Fiji’s international border reopening, confirming Solomon Islands national carrier is also ready to increase scheduled international flying, when the time is right.After Fiji reached its...

    Stranded nurses may not get support here

    BY MAVIS N PODOKOLOStranded Solomon Islands nurses in Vanuatu may not be getting any support from the national government.This is because the nurses had signed an agreement with the government of Vanuatu, therefore their...

    ‘Get the jab’ Sisilo tells SI workers in Australia

    Solomon Islands’ High Commissioner to Australia, Robert Sisilo, has told Solomon Island workers in Australia to get their COVID-19 jabs if they have not yet got their first and second vaccine doses.This is despite...

    We must seal the fisheries deal: Falemaka

    BY BEN BILUAGizoTrade talks aimed at creating rules to stop countries providing harmful subsidies to their fishing fleets are reaching a climax with much at stake for Solomon Islands and the Pacific.Mere Falemaka, the...

    Report security issues with a modern lense

    BY BEN BILUAGizoA SHIFT in National Security context in Solomon Islands needs more theoretical knowledge to address, says Professor David Gegeo of the Solomon Islands National University (SINU).Speaking during the first day of a...

    Puna urges Japan to share relevant information

    BY BEN BILUAGizoTHE Secretary General of Pacific Islands Forum has called on the government of Japan to share relevant information proposed plan to discharge over a million tonnes of treated water from the Fukushima...

    Pacific media leaders virtual summit starts yesterday.

    BY MAVIS N PODOKOLOA two-day virtual knowledge sharing session for Pacific Media CEOs and Owners on reporting on integrity and Anti-Corruption in the Pacific officially started yesterday.The event aims at ensuring Pacific Journalists are...

    Striking a balance for equitable growth important: Gould

    BY BEN BILUAGizoSTRIKING a balance on how to encourage equitable economic growth is paramount in the Pacific says the World Bank’s Lead Economist and Program Leader in the East Asia and Pacific Region.Dr David...

    PM opens virtual regional media anti-corruption summit.

    PRIME Minister Manasseh Sogavare has officially opened the second Pacific Anti-Corruption Journalists Network summit.The two days summit which kicked off yesterday in Tavanipupu, East Guadalcanal is hosted by the Media Association of Solomon Islands...