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Riot torn businesses to receive payments soon

By EDDIE OSIFELOABOUT 162 businesses affected by...

INQUIRY SOON

BLC sets to inquire into decision to...

CBSI COMMITTED TO NEW PAYMENTS SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT 

The Central Bank of Solomon Islands (CBSI)...

Controversial beche-de-mer stocker gets licence

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By GEORGE MANFORDAukiWITH the national fisheries ministry yet to issue out export permits, drama is already brewing in Auki over the lucrative Beche-de-mer trade.A Chinese businessman known as Mr Sing, who made headlines previously...

SI and UN work towards eligibility to peacebuilding fund

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THE United Nations Peace Building Support Office is currently working with the Solomon Islands Government towards eligibility to the UN sponsored Peace Building Fund.This was highlighted by the Assistant Secretary-General for the UN Peace...

Rennell out Bellona through

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Subi eliminates defending champs By Taromane MartinDEFENDING Inter-Islands rugby 15s champion’s Rennell Islands are out of the title race after they were defeated 17-15 by Malaita Subi yesterday.The match had to be called off with...

Students victimised

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Eight weeks of closure leaves 300+ students stranded, no end in sight for disputing authoritiesBY BARNABAS MANEBONAEIGHT weeks of closure is depriving the 300-plus students of Manddela Primary school of their education.An impasse between...

PM Sogavare arrives in New York for 72nd UNGA

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SOLOMON Islands Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare has arrived in New York on Monday September 18 for the 72nd United Nation General Assembly (UNGA) this week.Sogavare was accompanied by the Minister of Education and Human...

Solomon Islands vulnerable to cyber crime

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BY BEN BILUADIRECTOR of Public Prosecution says there is no existing law in the Solomon Islands to prosecute cyber-crime.Speaking during the national workshop on promoting information and communication awareness on cybercrime and laws, Mr...

Bill returns October

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Government promises to bring back Anti-Corruption Bill in next month’s sittingBY BARNABAS MANEBONAGOVERNMENT has promised to return the highly demanded Anti-Corruption Bill to parliament in October.Deputy Prime Minister Hon Manasseh Maelanga reassured the protesting...

What’s the big deal? Usual NRH practice to charge foreigners: Dr Houasia

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By Alice NantaraNATIONAL Referral Hospital top Orthopedic Dr Patrick Houasia has confirmed allegations by the Bulacan Integrated Wood Ltd are true.Dr Houasia confirmed charging the sick expat according to the itemised charges shown in...

Stevenson double

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Kurukuru reels to second win in Asian Indoor Games, Tops Group ABY ROMULUS HUTAA double by George Stevenson helped the Solomon Islands national futsal side Kurukuru cruised to a narrow 4-3 win over Chinese...

Petition March today

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Civil Society Organisation to march on Prime Minister’s Office, petition for return of Anti-Corruption Bill to ParliamentBY BARNABAS MANEBONACIVIL Society Organisation (CSO) will today march on the Prime Minister’s Office to present their petition...