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Ministry unable to police drone owners



THE Ministry of Communication and Aviation has been unable to monitor and police licensed drone owners due to lack of finance and staff.

PMO defends new PS


ETHEL Frances’ recent appointment as the new Permanent Secretary for the Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock was not done on the basis of her political affiliation.

Marine resource stocks survey soon



A SURVEY to determine the stock status of certain key commercial marine species in selected sites around the country will be carried out soon.

Call to protect environment



Big Mountain’s front man Joaquin ‘Quino’ McWhinney says that we need to care for the mother earth.

In court with Assumpta Buchanan

* Alleged burglars to face court today
* Taxi driver tried for abduction
* Men jailed for brewing kwaso

TAX BURDEN


Wale: high cost of living killing us

TSI calls for release of funds for election officials

Transparency Solomon Islands (TSI) claimed it has been made aware by reliable sources that funds needed by the appointed Electoral Officials and substantive Electoral Officials to carry out their duties and responsibilities is slow in reaching them or has not been released.

SHIPPING GRANT



I don’t receive funds; just an allocation says Rini

Big Mountain’s car park show a flare



THE sounds and style of music played by the famous reggae band, Big Mountain has taken party goers by storm, when they performed at the Heritage Hotel’s car park on Saturday night.

Work on cable’s landing sites set to start

WORK on the construction for the new landing stations for the undersea cable that wil run from Sydney Australia to Solomon Islands will commence as of next month.

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