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SICCI explains awards

 Following the number of enquiries being received at the Solomon Islands chamber of commerce and industry (SICCI) office concerning awards and award categories, the chamber has came out to inform the nine awards on offer.

Fake council of chief

Dear Editor - Allow me space to respond in brief to the fake council of chief of east Rennell.

Criticism against Renbel

Dear Editor - Please allow me space to respond to so many Rennell and Bellona critics in the papers, facebook, radio, phones and text massages concerning logging and prospecting in Rennell.

Don't lose focus: Takayawa

FBC SPORTS ---The 2002 Commonwealth Games gold medalist Nacanieli Takayawa says Team Fiji should not lose sight of their goals when competing in their various events.

Let's be on alert

The news of the deadly disease which had claimed four young lives so far in Makira province should not be taken lightly.

Savo volcano could be solution to electricity demands

ABC: An Australian company is hoping it can use thermal power from a Solomon Islands volcano to provide electricity to the country's capital, Honiara.

Pacific nations urged to back the Solomons

Port Moresby (The National) - THE Pacific Island nations have been urged to stand with the Solomon Islands and ensure that any commitments made in the global trade body can only come into effect if the current round of negotiations is completed.

Rising challenge

Suva (Fiji Times) - THE Pacific's working-age population is projected to increase from its present 6.6million to 9.6million by 2030.

Pan Oceanic Bank launched last Friday

Solomon Islands now has its own bank; starting from the board of management to all its decisions are made locally. Pan Oceanic Bank (POB) has been carefully structured, understanding the actual banking and financial needs of the country, its people and businesses to realise the full economic potential.

Investment

DEAR EDITOR – Investment is a risky business. The $15.00 million investment in Tavanipupu Island Resort is indeed one of the NPF’s risky business ventures.