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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...

3 Institutions to address plastic waste in country

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THREE local Rural Training Centres have developed a system that will deal with the issue of plastic waste in the country. The three institutions are part of a project partnership with the Solomon Islands Association...

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...

Kenilorea: security pact weakens our sovereignty

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By EDDIE OSIFELO The recently signed security agreement with China is not about defending our ‘sovereignty’, but weakening it. That’s according to East Are’Are MP Peter Kenilorea Junior. He was speaking in parliament yesterday. A leaked draft...

Wale urges govt to withdraw Telco bill

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By EDDIE OSIFELO OPPOSITION Leader, Matthew Wale has urged the government to consider the Bills and Legislative Committee’s recommendation and withdraw the Telecommunications (Amendment) Bill 2021 and undertake further work on it. Wale stressed this during...

CBSI launches new framework

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The Central Bank of Solomon Islands (CBSI) launched the Regulatory Sandbox (RSB) Framework recently at the CBSI Board room. A statement from CBSI said the RSB is a guideline or framework through which a controlled...

TelCom revenue dropped

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By EDDIE OSIFELO THE Telecommunication industry in Solomon Islands has seen a drop in revenue by 14 percent to $369 million from 2019. As such it is affecting a fall in the revenue of Average Revenue...
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YECSI UPDATES OPMC

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For youth business organization- Young Entrepreneurs Council Solomon Islands (YECSI) - it is a tick in the box for them to have the opportunity to do presentation for policy officials in the Office of...

Window to the world opens at Naha school

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BY CHARLES KADAMANA Form seven students of Naha Community High School will now be able to conduct research and upload their assignments at their school. This follows the dedication and opening of its information lab on...

CHANGES TO TELCO BILL

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Minister outlines communications law in parliament By EDDIE OSIFELO THE Government has amended the Telecommunication (Amendment) Bill 2021 following recommendation from the Bills and Legislative Committee. Minister of Communication and Aviation, Peter Shanel Agovaka stated this when...

Reporters end mobile journalism training

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UP to 16 journalists completed a three-day training in Honiara last Friday on how to produce news using mobile phones. Australian-government funded Pacific Media Assistance Scheme (PACMAS), in collaboration with the Media Association of Solomon...