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    AUKI AWAITS SUIDANI

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    Hero’s welcome expected for returning premier BY SAMIE WAIKORI AUKI A huge reception is being planned to welcome premier Daniel Suidani when he arrives in provincial capital Auki. Suidani is expected to leave the GBR Quarantine facility tomorrow. The...

    Malaitans urged to get vaxxed

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    By EDDIE OSIFELO OPPOSITION Leader Matthew Wale is urging communities in Malaita to take up vaccination due to the slow roll out there. This is in light of the overall slow roll out in the whole...

    Wale calls for halt to mining here

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    By EDDIE OSIFELO OPPOSITION Leader, Mathew Wale calls on the Government to place an indefinite moratorium on mining licenses. He said the moratorium must cover both prospecting and mining leases until a new legislation has been...

    PARL PASSES TELCO BILL

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    All sims cards will soon be registered By EDDIE OSIFELO PARLIAMENT passed the Telecommunication (Amendment) Bill 2021 yesterday despite earlier recommendations from the Bills and Legislative Committee to have it withdrawn. This came after the Committee of...

    Suidani asked to clarify $5m help from Taiwan

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    BY JENNIFER KUSAPA MALAITA Provincial Assembly Member for ward 11 Elizah Asilaua has called on Premier Daniel Suidani to clarify the $5 million financial assistance from Republic of China (Taiwan) last year. Asilaua said the financial...

    Report security issues with a modern lense

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    BY BEN BILUAGizo A 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...

    CHAND’S CONTRACT SUSPENDED

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    Salary halt for SINU’s vice chancellor By EDDIE OSIFELO SOLOMON Islands National University (SINU) Council has suspended the contract of incumbent Vice Chancellor Dr Ganesh Chand due to the prevailing covid-19 situation in Fiji as well...

    SINU still to fill some vacancies

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    By EDDIE OSIFELO SOLOMON Islands National University (SINU) is still to fill 15 of the 230 positions left vacant after what was dubbed as a mass termination in August this year. Minister of Education and Human...

    NPF grosses $400m in profit

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    By EDDIE OSIFELO SOLOMON Islands National Provident Fund (SINPF) has achieved a very strong above budget income for the year with an expected unaudited gross income of just over $400 million. This is based on the...

    Kira Kira Police probe death of student, 14

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    Kira Kira Police crime investigators are investigating the sudden death of a 14-year-old Standard-5 student of FM Campbell School in Kira Kira, the Provincial Capital of Makira Ulawa Province. Acting Provincial Police Commander, Jerry Muaki...