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Local carvers upset with tour plan 

Local carvers from around Western province who usually gathered in Gizo to trade their carvings with tourists on board tourist boats were unsatisfied with recent transportation arraignments (by boat) which saw a drop in the number of their tourist clients.

Gov’t loses public credibility 

The Democratic Coalition Government for Advancement (DCGA) has lost public trust following the recent decision to switch the bilateral relationship from Taiwan to China, it was reported.

We’re ready for China: PM

• PRC ready to replace Taiwan’s assistance

• SI to benefit will greatly benefit from BRI

‘Keyboard warriors’ urged to stop making threats

POLICE Chief Matthew Varley is calling on citizens not to resort to political motivated violence following the decision of government to switch diplomatic ties from Taiwan to China.

SICTU appeals for calm 

SOLOMON Islands Council of Trade Unions (SICTU) is calling on all Trade Union Members and Workers throughout the country, to refrain from taking part in any plans or activities that can bring about social unrest in Solomon Islands.

Manele leaves for UNGA via Beijing

THE Ministry of Foreign Affairs and External Trade wishes to announce the departure of Foreign Minister Manele for the United Nations General Assembly. 


Sogavare finally explains decision to recognize China

Call to repair Fadila Bridge

PASSENGERS and Transport operators along the East road in Malaita province has called for an immediate repair of a broken bridge at Fadila in the East Kwara’ae region.

Farmers affected by Taiwan’s departure

FOLLOWING the decision to switch ties from Taiwan to China a local farmer says the agriculture sector in the country will be affected.

Wanealafa questions PM’s absence

PRIME Minister Manasseh Sogavare’s decision not to attend United Nation General Assembly meeting in New York, USA (UNGA) is being questioned.

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