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More businesses join remuneration survey


The 2018 Biennial Remuneration Survey has seen the increase on the number of participants who have shown commitment to putting in place credible and consistent procedures in dealing with their employees’ remuneration.

Enabling scope for women leadership


WOMEN are underrepresented in all spheres of leadership in Solomon Islands.

‘Wisdom is key to leadership’


INTENDING candidate for Temotu Pele William Tolei says he will bring about the much needed changes into his constituency by utilizing the wealth of wisdom he had.

Qaro: Vote wisely to revive economy


CONSTITUENTS of North West Guadalcanal are being urged to vote wisely in the upcoming National General Election by choosing somebody who will revive the economy of Solomon Islands.

33 candidates confirmed for West


THIRTY three candidates have registered to contest the nine constituency seats of Western Province, come April 3.

Varley: Officers’ action stupid


POLICE Chief Matthew Varley says the actions of the police officers’ involved in the traffic accident along the Mbokonavera road in Honiara this week are irresponsible and stupid.

Oma affects Visale RTC


THE recent cyclone Oma has destroyed the Visale Rural Training Centre in North West Guadalcanal.

OIL SPILL FEAR


PM asks Australia for help

PM meets postal union Director General

CARETAKER Prime Minister Rick Hou has met with the Director General of the Universal Postal Union (UPU) Bishar Abdirahman Hussein at the Office of the Prime Minister & Cabinet (OPMC), Monday.

Kwaso brewer jailed


A MAN who confesses to brewing Kwaso at Aekafo, Vara Creek area in Honiara last year has been sentenced to eight months imprisonment on Thursday.

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