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Mr. Apple wants more Samoan apple pickers

Zealand farms are clamouring for more Samoans to come pick fruits in their orchards.

Pacific leaders urged to be cautious with oceans exploration

World renowned marine scientist, Dr Sylvia Earle has urged Forum Island Countries not to drop the ball on the sustainable management and protection of oceans and marine resources.

Japan sets the example for distant water fishing nations

Partnership, consultation and support between the Japan Fisheries agency and the FFA continue to set a positive example to other distant water fishing nations that have vessels licensed to fish in Pacific waters.

GROUP RETALIATES, HOMES BURNT

SEVERAL families residing at Independence valley in White River, West Honiara were forced to evacuate after their homes were burnt down in retaliation to a swearing incident over the weekend.

New union for workers

Hope for workers’ representation of their rights can now be heard as newly registered Workers Union of Solomon Islands (WUSI) formally announces its registration and establishment.

Helena Goldie hospital gets its $2m share

The Government has handed over $2 million to Helena Goldie Hospital in Munda, Western province over the weekend.

Landowners want to engage in developments

THE Kazukuru group of landowners in the Western province have called on responsible authorities to prioritize and involve them in any development projects concerning Noro and Munda townships in the province.

Honiara, Guale no long ‘state of disaster’

The National Disaster Council (NDC) has revoked the ‘state of disaster’ declared 4 April, as a result of the flash floods, which caused huge and wide spread damages to properties, livelihoods and loss of human lives.

CBSI deplores ATM theft

The Central Bank of Solomon Islands (CBSI) yesterday condemned in the strongest term the recent theft and robbery of an ANZ ATM machine in Honiara over the weekend.

Multi-registered voters face prosecution

POLICE will soon investigate voters that have registered more than once during the recent biometric voter registration.

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