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Captains taken to task

Captains taken to task

SHIPS ON THE RADAR

Bank break-in

Bank break-in

BANK South Pacific Auki Branch will close for busi...

ESCAPEES CAUGHT

ESCAPEES CAUGHT

Prisoners suffered serious injuries, hospitalised

Auki cell break-out

Auki cell break-out

HUNT ON FOR 2 PRISONERS

SUSPENSION OF AIRLINE SERVICE TO ATOIFI

SUSPENSION OF AIRLINE SERVICE TO ATOIFI

Solomon Airlines announced today that it will susp...

SIX BIRTHS AT NRH

SIX BIRTHS AT NRH

SIX babies were born on Christmas Day at the Natio...

POLICE ARREST SIKUA

POLICE ARREST SIKUA

Janus gets its biggest ‘fish’ to date

Historic e-passport system launched

Historic e-passport system launched

SOLOMON Islands is the first country in the Pacifi...

Free after 23 years in jail

Free after 23 years in jail

INMATE Rockson Konaga was a very happy man on Tues...

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Practical help to quake victims

Dear Editor – In his Christmas message to the nation, the Prime Minister said, “Ou...

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SOUND INVESTMENT IMPORTANT TO NATIONAL ECONOMY

17 HOURS AGO

GCU: The Chairman of the Government Caucus and Member of Parliament for Central Kwara’ae, Jackson Fiulaua says sound investment incentives are important to the country’s economic development.

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Chief condemns alleged killing

5 DAYS AGO

A CHIEF has condemned the actions of the man who stabbed his heavily pregnant estranged wife, killing her unborn child.

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MSG considers West Papua membership

13 DAYS AGO

THE Melanesian Spearhead Group (MSG) is considering full membership by the United Liberation Movement for West Papua.

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Focus on niche products

20 DAYS AGO

Suva (Fiji Times) - THE Pacific is increasingly becoming known worldwide for products such as coffee, chocolate, chili, vanilla, cosmetics and signature clothing.

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SIPA clarifies payments for reinstated employees

1 MONTHS AGO

THE Solomon Islands Ports Authority says entitlements for reinstated workers terminated during the leadership of Collin Yow have been paid therefore nobody should be complaining.

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SIMSA outsource ship surveyors

1 MONTHS AGO

SOLOMON Islands Maritime Safety and Administration (SIMSA) calls on shipping companies and individuals planning to purchase new ships to first seek its advice.

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Sports

Futsal players received individual award

20 DAYS AGO

Outstanding individual Futsal players received individual awards as the Auki Futsal Challenge ended successfully last Friday at the Aligegeo Futsal Court.

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Auga’s cup underway

20 DAYS AGO

THE 2016 Augustine Auga’s annual Christmas Cup 7-a-side soccer competition is currently underway in Lau/Mbaelelea Constituency, Malaita Province after its inaugural opening yesterday.

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Fiji 7s on track to win the series: Kolinisau

1 MONTHS AGO

SUVA, (FBC SPORTS) --- The Vodafone Fiji 7s team landed Wednesday evening after participating in the Dubai and Cape Town tournaments.

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Chung has stepped aside, not resigned

1 MONTHS AGO

PORT MORESBY, (POST COURIER) - The Papua New Guinea Football Association secretariat would have been informed if the president David Chung had resigned from the post, which should be the case.

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Viewpoint

Tragedy at sea

26 DAYS AGO

THE last of all places one would expect a collision to occur is on the waters.

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Investigations must go on

1 MONTHS AGO

POLICE on Wednesday arrested and charged a fourth official of the Ministry of Health and Medical Services.

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Practical help to quake victims

13 DAYS AGO

Dear Editor – In his Christmas message to the nation, the Prime Minister said, “Our hearts go out to the victims of the recent earthquake and tsunami in Makira, South Malaita and parts of Guadalcanal and the Shortland Islands.”

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$62m spent on Manaoba Airport

13 DAYS AGO

Dear Editor – Firstly, big thanks to Janus investigators whom over the course of their investigations have managed to nab some of the alleged fraudsters in the ministries of Police and National Security and Finance and Treasury.

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As islands disappear, climate change urgency grows

13 DAYS AGO

FOR most Americans, it’s easy to wave off climate change as a distant threat, one that poses more danger to future generations than to the Earth’s current inhabitants.

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RAMSI, a historical perspective – Appreciation and Regrets

20 DAYS AGO

LAST week Solomon Islands new High Commissioner to Australia, Collin David Beck, presented his Letters of Introduction to the Prime Minister of Australia, Malcolm Turnbull, at the Office of the Prime Minister in the Commonwealth Parliamentary Building in Sydney.

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Features

RDP supports Makira women’s ngali nut project

1 MONTHS AGO

Rural Development Project (RDP) has supported Babagiro Womens Group of Makira Ulawa province with equipment worth $1.4million.

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Camilla: women can be agents of change

1 MONTHS AGO
Camilla: women can be agents of change

Miss Solomon Islands Camilla Grossmith says women can be agent of change to make our environment a better place to live.

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Goveo opens new church on New Year

13 DAYS AGO

GOVEO community in Isabel Province held double celebrations this New Year.

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Church sponsors commended

13 DAYS AGO

SPONSORS and supporters that contributed up to $500,000 towards the successful completion of the newly dedicated Bethany local SSEC church building were applauded for their contributions to a good cause.

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A chance to see Justin Bieber’s concert

5 DAYS AGO

GLOBAL pop-star Justin Beiber will tour Australia this year and a lucky local fan can get a chance of a lifetime to attend the concert in Brisbane in an all expense paid trip.

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Youths complete 2016 program

1 MONTHS AGO
Youths complete 2016 program

THE last group of [email protected] young entrepreneurs received their working materials on Friday after months of training and developing their business plans.

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