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Makira man unhappy with 10 cents carve design

A CONCERNED Makira man has voiced his disappointment over the design of the 10 cents carved outpost that was erected at the newly launched Ports Authority ‘Unity Square’ in Honiara.

More jobs in the making

THE Government expects to create about 3000 jobs from the Bina Harbour tuna processing plant project when the operation swings into action in Malaita. 


Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare’s Chief of Staff Robson Djokovic has been arrested and charged for the traffic accident.

Sad day for SINU

THE Solomon Islands National University (SINU) on Thursday lost its Pro Vice-Chancellor (Corporate) after he unexpectedly collapsed in his office.

Farmers want Bellona to go organic

BELLONA Organic Farmers Association (BOFA) of Kapata village on West Bellona of Rennell and Bellona Province (RENBEL) want the entire island of Bellona to practise organic farming.

The Solomon Islands Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SICCI) acknowledges that 2020 is one of the most challenging year not only for the business community but also for Solomon Islands as a country.

Ngati encourage community to uphold ownership

HONIARA City Council (HCC) Councillor for Vura Ward, Reginal Ngati urges his ward members to uphold the spirit of ownership in their respective communities.

COVID-19 hits hard on tour operator 

TOURISM Industry is one of the main sectors globally affected as a result of the COVID-19 global pandemic.  

ANZ Gizo closure confirms

ANZ Bank branch in Gizo, Western Province will officially close its operation as of next month.

Unlicensed motor vehicle, driver concern

THE most frequent traffic offences before the Honiara Magistrates’ Court is one of using unlicensed motor vehicle and driver without a driver’s licence, according to a Honiara Magistrate.

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