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STUDENTS WARNED

September 21st, 2020
For allegedly breaching hotel rules By FOLLET ...

BLAST KILLS EXPATS

September 21st, 2020
TWO foreign nationals have lost their lives ...

Miners eye SI

September 20th, 2020
MINING companies are tussling to get their hands ...

Gold Ridge Mining ...

September 20th, 2020
The ownership of Gold Ridge Mining Limited (GRML) ...

SI-China relation ...

September 20th, 2020
SOLOMON Islands and the People’s Republic of ...

Youths have high ...

September 20th, 2020
Most young people that are infected with COVID 19 ...

IS MALAITA PUNISHED?

September 20th, 2020
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Gov’t prioritizes ...

September 20th, 2020
Regardless of the onslaught of criticisms and bad ...

Tina River Project ...

September 20th, 2020
HONIARA, (SOL GOVT) - Local firm Pasifiki HR has ...

PM welcomes Chinese ...

September 20th, 2020
Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare has officially ...
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Asian Development Bank and New Zealand are helping the Government of Tonga reconstruct and climate and disaster-proof the electricity network and school facilities that were damaged by Cyclone Ian in January 2014.

  • 05
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People in Temotu are concern over what they labelled as unreliable network service by Our Telekom in province and they are urging the company to quickly fix its network as soon as possible.

  • 05
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Temotu provincial government (TPG) is appealing to all indigenous Temotuans living in and around the country who have nothing to do to return home and work on their plantations.

  • 05
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People in and around Ngasini in Marovo lagoon, Western province have thanked donor partners for funding the deteriorating Ngasini wharf in Vangunu Island.

  • 05
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New Britain Palm Oil’s cattle operations in Ramu and Numundo in West New Britain, had generated K17.4 million in revenue last year.

  • 05
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THE announced sale of Datec is subject to regulatory approvals but Steamships Trading Company Ltd is confident these can be secured, managing director Geoff Cundle said.

  • 05
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A POSITIVE economic outlook typically raises demand for credit as corporations take on loans with the view that they will be able to capture a piece of the more sanguine future growth outlook or profits, says a report released by the ANZ Bank.

  • 05
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Eleven Pacific Island nations have been invited to participate in an annual trade exhibition in Melbourne, Australia, later this year.

  • 05
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World food prices rose in the first quarter of the year for the first time since their all-time high in August 2012, driven by rising demand in China, drought in the United States and unrest in Ukraine.

  • 05
  • Jun

In my last column, I touched on access to banking services and the power of connectivity.

  • 03
  • Jun

The ministry of communication and aviation is planning to inspect more runways in airstrip around the country.

  • 03
  • Jun

Papua New Guinea is ready to host the 5th Melanesian Festival of Arts and Culture in Port Moresby.

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