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Thursday, June 30, 2022

FSC launches three documents and toll-free line

BY MAVIS N PODOKOLOFAMILY Support Centre yesterday...

MID and Temotu sign $5m ship project

The National Government through the Ministry of...

Mustard Seed chided for breaching agreement with Parliament commission

By EDDIE OSIFELOMUSTARD Seed International Health Insurance...

US delegation flies in today

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A UNITED STATES delegation is expected in Honiara today.It will be led by deputy Assistant to the President of the United States and National Security Council Indo-Pacific Coordinator, Kurt Campbell.The delegation was in Fiji...

US admiral lashes out at SI-Sino security pact

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A TOP American admiral has criticised a potential security pact between China and Solomon Islands, describing it as a “secret” arrangement worrying the US and its partners.Australia has warned that a Chinese naval base...

Vigulu thanks US for funding

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BY SAMIE WAIKORIAukiPERMANENT Secretary of Ministry of Forest and Research, Dr Vaeno Vigulu has thanked United States of America through the USAID SCALE-NRM project for the facilitation of the Forests and Development Fund for...

Local family of 8 gets Canadian PR

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IN a milestone achievement, for the first in the history of Solomon Islands Eight Solomon Islands nationals in Canada have been successfully granted Canadian Permanent Residency.The eight new Permanent Residents, who are presently in...

China’s cool response to US come-back here

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By EDDIE OSIFELOTHE Peoples Republic of China remains “diplomatic” despite United States of America’s intention to upgrade its consular to an Embassy in Honiara.United States Secretary of state Antony Blinken has reconfirmed their intention...

Manele welcomes US pledge to reopen its embassy here

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FOREIGN Affairs minister Jeremiah Manele has welcomed the announcement made by the US Secretary of State, Antony John Blinken, to re-establish the US embassy in Honiara.Blinken announced this during the US –Pacific Island Leaders...

US envoy warns of aid that benefits one person, party

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THE U.S. ambassador to the Solomon Islands Erin McKee has warned Pacific Islands against "aid that benefits one person, one party and one bank account" - remarks that come after the Solomons were beset...