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SolAir honours nurses with scenic flight

Solomon Airlines says ‘Tagio Tumas to our...

Kuku: we should not deal with bankrupt companies

The Leader of the Independent Group in...

Canada supplies 16k level-3 face masks

Canada has supported Solomon Islands with 16,800...

Anywhere under the sun

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Future is here with Solar computers made available for rural users THE lack of access to computers in rural communities has forced a local entrepreneur to invest in providing cheap and accessible solar powered computers...

Beck says leaked documents not final

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By EDDIE OSIFELO MINISTER of Foreign Affairs and External Trade confirms the ‘leaked’ Security  Cooperation draft on social media is not final. Permanent Secretary, Collin Beck told media yesterday said until they have a signed document...

Communities receive fishing rafters (FAD)

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BY SAMIE WAIKORI AUKI COMMUNITIES from Hauhui, Malo’u and Tawanikeni on west Are Are and Small Malaita constituencies recently recieved Fishing Aggregate Devises (FAD) in their waters. Malaita provincial senior fisheries officer in Auki, Matthew Isihanua who...

Schools to benefit from new Israeli biogas system

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MAIN national secondary schools across the country will benefit from an Israeli-designed Home BioGas System. This new system is expected to significantly reduced their costs in purchasing gas for their cooking. Israeli consul in Solomon Islands...

SKYEYE AND TELEKOM PARTNER IN NEW TECHNOLOGY

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SKYEYE Solomons Ltd (SSL) and Telekom have begun working together to help deliver a GPS vehicle and vessel tracking solution for the Solomon Islands. Over spending on fuel, vehicle accidents and passenger safety aboard boats...

App to easily access SI law will be online in June

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BY JENNIFER KUSAPA THE Attorney General’s Chamber in collaboration with the Solomon Islands Justice Program are currently working on finalising an App to allow ordinary Solomon Islanders access the laws of this country on their...

DD HOLIDAY INN MAKES COMEBACK

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By EDDIE OSIFELO LOCAL tourism operators in the country were hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic when Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare declared a State of Public Emergency in March 2020. Their businesses which heavily relied on...

WALE FEARS HACKERS

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Opposition leader spells out shortfalls in telco bill By EDDIE OSIFELO OPPOSITION Leader Matthew Wale has raised fears on hackers intruding the system of Our Telekom and Bmobile to remove private data of individuals after registration...

Virtual session on Right to Information

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The UN Pacific Regional Anti-Corruption (UN-PRAC) project, a United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) joint project, and experts from Australia, New Zealand and Vanuatu in...

Pediatric ward wrought with challenges

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BY LYNTON AARON FILIA HANDLING of patients at the national referral hospital is very poor, it is reported. A paediatric doctor from Taiwan successfully completing his one-month volunteer work at NRH reveals this. Dr Wang said, “Working...