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Wednesday, September 28, 2022

Media workers discuss investigative role

The Pacific Anti-Corruption Journalists Network (PACJN) yesterday...

Sasako: SI engrained in corruption

BY BEN BILUA FORMER Member of Parliament and...

Region’s media told to probe more into corruption

By EDDIE OSIFELO PACIFIC’S media owners, editors and...

A GREASY LOG

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Director police investigations under fireCommissioner Mangau says no evidenceIsabel government says evidence submitted 2 months ago BY JENNIFER KUSAPA The director of police’s criminal investigation division (NCID) has come under fire for alleged corruption. The NCID director...

SECOND ESP

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Most families still live ‘hand to mouth’: Wale By EDDIE OSIFELO The persistence of hardships felt by families and households in the country has prompted the call for government to come up with a second stimulus...

Where clouds meet the mountain

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BY BEN BILUAGizo WANT to see this place, go to Hambere Village Stay which is located at one of Western Province’s biggest Islands, Kolombangara. The beautiful and breath taking view is worthy of your hard earned...

Surviving the Weather Coast’s ‘hungry times’

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BY JARED KOLI ON a steep slope overlooking the treacherous Solomon seas, a lone figure sits under a tree staring into the distance, the shade from a nearby tree offers a cool respite from Harrison...

DMP’s GLOBAL ENTRY

BY PETER ZOLEVEKE II “Iu minim kaen type ia,” expressed Doorman Project’s (DMP) lead vocals and ragamuffin David Fafale or known better by stage name ‘Evin Rush’ quoting from the band’s initial hit song back...

Noro land issue

Lands Board supports commissioner, Pari hits back clarifying misleading statements BY ALFRED PAGEPITU The Land Board on Tuesday this week gave its full support to the Commissioner of Lands for taking action to forfeit Fixed Term...

First things first – Cassava

MELBOURNE-BASED Vinay Reddy, Managing Director of Vinay’s Food, has been buying cassava from Varivao Holdings Ltd since 2019 and has so far received seven containers of yellow cassava from Solomon Islands.  And he wants more. So...

Taking steps to protect leatherback sea turtles

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By IAN KAUKUI  SOLOMON Islands, a country with one of the world’s most extensive shorelines, has taken a step towards conserving the nesting beaches and protection of Pacific leatherback sea turtles. The Nature Conservancy (TNC) office...

Photos that would remind the world one day – Climate change exhibition

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BY JENNIFER KUSAPA A climate change photography exhibition was held at the Unity Square aimed at exhibiting photographs of winners of the Pacific Climate Photography Competition. Winners of the competition from the Solomon Islands are Daniel...

Mangrove planting could help protect Solomon Islands community against rising sea level

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BY ALFRED PAGEPITU The coastal community of Nagoibo on Santa Isabel Province in Solomon Islands is one of the most vulnerable places in the country to the impacts of climate change. It is threatened by...