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Sunday, July 3, 2022

USAID backed forest grant progresses into final phase

The Strengthening Competitiveness, Agriculture, Livelihoods, and Environment...

Locally made pallets for local businesses

Kolombangara Forest Products Limited (KFPL) has launched...

SI seeks reciprocal visa waiver from Australia & NZ

The Minister for Foreign Affairs and External...

DOWN-SIDE OF OUR HOSPITAL

NRH floor-bed problem continuesBy MAVIS PODOKOLO & IRWIN ANGIKIPatients lying on the floor of the Emergency-Outpatient of National Referral Hospital (NRH) will be an ongoing sight for a long time to come.This sad reality with...

Survey: China remote controlling DCGA

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By EDDIE OSIFELOMOST believe that China is remotely controlling the DCGA Executive Government since the switch.This is one of the hidden agendas Transparency Solomon Islands got from its survey in public and in street...

LOGGERS, MINERS ACCUSED

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Survey claims they are behind intention to extend parliamentBy EDDIE OSIFELOLOGGERS and miners are believed to influence the DCGA Government to extend Parliament life from four to five years.About 46 percent of respondents strongly...

People VS DCGA

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---TSI Survey hits hard on Parliament extension plansBy EDDIE OSIFELOA survey carried out by Transparency Solomon Islands (TSI) found that majority of total respondents (83 percent) strongly disagreed with the proposed extension of Parliament...

Coastal villages hit hard by rising seas

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By EDDIE OSIFELOThe threat of sea level rise on the sea coasts of Solomon Islands is real.The country lies east of Papua New Guinea and northwest of Vanuatu and 3,280 km to Australia, has...

SICA UPHOLDS STAND

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Churches maintain opposition to gov’t plans to extend parliamentBy EDDIE OSIFELOSOLOMON Islands Christian Association (SICA) still maintain its stand in opposing the government’s proposal to extend the life of parliament from four to five...

Govt enquires about permanent visa status in Australia

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By EDDIE OSIFELOSOLOMON Islands government has asked Australia’s Foreign Minister Penny Wong on the quota in the 3000 permanent visa for Pacific Islands countries.However, the Australian Labour government is still to finalise the arrangement...

Wale urge malaitans to embrace other citizens

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BY SAMIE WAIKORIAUKILEADER of Opposition, Matthew Wale has asked Malaitans to embrace other citizens of Solomon Islands, despite decisions made by their leaders under this current government.Wale made the call in Auki this week...

Government accuses Wale of inciting regionalism

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GOVERNMENT says it is concerned about the way the Leader of Opposition carried out his consultation with his people of Aoke-Langalanga constituency – particularly his use of “inciting statements”, which are serious and posing...

SMALL MALA SAYS NO

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Constituency leaders oppose extension of parliament lifeBy IRWIN ANGIKILeaders of Small Malaita have collectively voiced opposition to government’s proposal to extend the life of parliament.In a meeting with their member of parliament, Rick Hou...