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  • 17
  • Jan

MELANESIAN communities around Fiji were reassured of their identity as Fijians and their entitlement to enjoy every right any Fijian must have.

  • 17
  • Jan

ADMINISTRATORS of Auki market in Malaita have increased the vendor user fee of $5 to $10 this year.

  • 17
  • Jan

SOLOMON Airlines has announced the temporary suspension of its Sydney-Honiara service from 22 February – 25 April 2016 while the carrier’s flagship Airbus A-320 undergoes maintenance in Singapore.

  • 17
  • Jan

THE FBI is investigating a Tongan company in Sacramento in the United States for allegedly offering immigrants a quick pathway to being a citizen of the United States.

  • 15
  • Jan

PRIME Minister Manasseh Sogavare has commended the private sector for their perseverance and hard work in running their businesses.

  • 14
  • Jan

SOLOMON Islands Gold (SIG) Resources Pty Limited is making headway in its decent attempts to invest in the Solomon Islands.

  • 14
  • Jan

A QUEENSLAND labour-hire operator is facing court over allegations it paid workers from Vanuatu nothing to pick fruit and vegetables.

  • 14
  • Jan

TOURISM has a great future in Solomon Islands, says the founder, chairman and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Eagon Group of companies Young Ju Park.

  • 14
  • Jan

THE Eagon Pacific Plantation Limited (EPPL) is planning to recruit more people as part of increasing its production and expansion in the country.

  • 14
  • Jan

THE founder, chairman and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Eagon Group of companies Young-Ju Park says he’s pleased with the company’s operations in the country.

  • 13
  • Jan

GOVERNOR of Northern Province in Papua New Guinea, Gary Juffa has insisted that the actions of his government against certain foreign run businesses do not target a specific ethnic group but all foreign run illegal businesses.

  • 12
  • Jan

THE search and rescue centre in Honiara says, there is still no sighting of the missing five people missing at sea between Ulawa Island and Small Malaita.

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