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Tuesday, December 6, 2022

Climate finance roadmap launched

BY NED GAGAHEFinance Minister Harry Kuma...

Court wants a quick one on Winwin case

BY JENNIFER KUSAPACourt has told counsels in...

Gov’t hopes to table TRC report next year

By EDDIE OSIFELOTHE Government hopes to table...

CBSI announces policy stance to tame inflation for next 6 months.

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BY JENNIFER KUSAPACentral Bank has announced an accommodative monetary policy stance in gearing towards taming inflation over the next six months.In a press conference yesterday CBSI deputy governor Mr Reynold Moveni said CBSI Board...

SINPF to pay $77.5 million to members

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BY NED GAGAHESOLOMON Islands National Provident Fund (SINPF) has awarded a 2.65 percent interest to its members for the financial year 2021 to 2022.Supervising Finance minister Dr Culwick Togamana announced the rating yesterday.“Interests worth...

FBI TO TRAIN LOCAL POLICE

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By EDDIE OSIFELOSOLOMON Islands police will start receive training from the United States of America’s Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) this year.The FBI is a top security and intelligence service in the US that...

Sasako: SI engrained in corruption

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BY BEN BILUAFORMER Member of Parliament and longtime journalist, Alfred Sasako says Solomon Islands has been engrained by corruption that there seems to be no solution to address the issue.Speaking during a penal discussion...

PINA SUMMIT OPENS TODAY

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150 delegates in Honiara for region’s biggest news gatheringBY BEN BILUATHE 6th Pacific Media Summit – the region’s biggest gathering of media executives and practioners – opens at the Heritage Park Hotel in Honiara...

MALA PPC SHOOTS DOWN ALLEGATIONS

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BY SAMIE WAIKORIAUKITHE Provincial Police Commander (PPC) has slammed an article in the Solomon Star newspaper linking him to claims of sharing explicit photos to his subordinates.In denouncing the article, he said that at...

Akosawa welcomes EU funds to fight trafficking

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By EDDIE OSIFELOTHE Ministry of Commerce, Industry, Labour and Immigration has welcomed the $4.6 million European Union funded project to combat People in Trafficking (PIT) and Gender Based Violence in the Solomon Islands.The project...

DISPUTE SET FOR HEARING

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TDP schedules initial appearance for Sept 28By EDDIE OSIFELOTHE preliminary hearing of the industrial dispute between Solomon Islands Ports Authority (SIPA) workers and their Chief Executive Officer, Eranda Kotelawala, is scheduled for 28th of...

Why SIPA workers want their CEO out

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By EDDIE OSIFELOTHE dispute between Workers Union of Solomon Islands (WUSI) and Solomon Islands Ports Authority (SIPA) Chief Executive Officer, Eranda Kotelawala is centred around three issues.This was revealed in an application WUSI filed...

BAD WEATHER WILL IMPROVE

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Trough lies over Temotu, Renbel and Makira, says MET.BY NED GAGAHETHE Solomon Islands Meteorological Service has forecasted an ease to the current bad weather the country is facing in coming days.In an interview with...