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Dash-8 operational October 14: CEO Kraus

BY MAVIS N PODOKOLO  DASH-8 is expected to...

Airlines to look at airfares: CEO Kraus

BY MAVIS N PODOKOLO SOLOMON Airlines will be...

Cabinet eases entry restrictions

Cabinet yesterday approved further easing of restrictions...

We will respond if SI fails to honour its promises: US

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BY BEN BILUAGizo ASSISTANT Secretary, Bureau of East Asian and Pacific Affairs, at the US Department of State Daniel Kritenbrink says United States will respond if steps were taken to establish a de facto permanent...

PACER Plus assists Soltuna secure international market

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BY BEN BILUAGizo SOLTUNA has secured markets in Australia and New Zealand, thanks to the PACER Plus Agreement. In an interview with Island Sun Gizo earlier this week, Trade Commissioner, Barrett Salato said Soltuna is enjoying...

Gov’t confirms repatriation stranded nationals in Fiji and Vanuatu

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THE National Government through the Covid-19 Oversight Committee has confirmed the date to repatriate our stranded nationals in Fiji and Vanuatu. Chair of COVID-19 Oversight Committee, Mr James Remobatu has confirmed Wednesday 27 May for...

Six months for PNG national

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BY JENNIFER KUSAPA One of four men from Tasman, PNG, has been sent to prison for illegal entry into the country without the prime minister’s exemption. Thomas Poraka was charged with three others for illegal entry...

Pacific Islands leaders welcomed to Iwaki City  

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BY MAVIS NISHIMURA PODOKOLO PACIFIC Islands leaders and governors together with their delegations were welcomed to Iwaki City in Japan to participate in the two-day eighth Pacific Islands Leaders Meeting (PALM). The welcome ceremony took place...

SI eyes 5,200 seasonal workers by end of 2022

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By EDDIE OSIFELO SOLOMON Islands hopes to reach 5,200 workers by end of this year for the seasonal workers schemes in Australia and New Zealand. Minister of Foreign Affairs and External Trade, Jeremiah Manele confirmed this...

Pacific Islands leaders praise efforts towards North Korea

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BY MAVIS NISHIMURA PODOKOLO PACIFC Island leaders (PIL) have appreciated the efforts to date by the international community towards the current development surrounding North Korea. This was highlighted at the recent 8th Pacific Islands Leaders Meeting...

Region’s media told to probe more into corruption

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By EDDIE OSIFELO PACIFIC’S media owners, editors and senior journalists are urged to investigate corruption in order to prevent and tackle the scourge in their respective countries. The call comes at a workshop held yesterday ahead...

PIFS ready to support but SIG failed: Khan

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BY BEN BILUAGizo PAST and present governments have failed to seriously discuss the threat of World War 2 relics on people’s lives in Solomon Islands. This was highlighted during a press conference organised by Pacific Islands...

Taiwan’s infrastructure impresses SI Speaker: Hon Nasiu

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BY LORETTA BRIGIDIA MANELE ISLAND Sun, yesterday had the opportunity to speak with Solomon Islands Speaker of the National Parliament, Hon Ajilon Jasper Nasiu about his recent trip to Taiwan. Loretta—when did you travel to Taiwan? Speaker—we...