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News (11257)

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  • Apr

LANDOWERS will receive increase royalty from mining companies operating on their land under amendments being made to the Mines and Minerals Act.

  • 25
  • Apr

FISH are changing, they are losing their survival instinct and even becoming attracted to the smell of their predators, as the world's oceans become more acidic because of climate change, new research said on Monday.

  • 25
  • Apr

TOWER Insurance following its first water tank donation to King George School recently had donated another water tank donation to Koloale community school in Honiara.

  • 18
  • Apr

ALI Ramo, 32, has lived at Koa Hill riverside settlement all his life.

  • 24
  • Apr

MORE than 30 White River Demons AFL players and Australians gathered in White River on Wednesday morning in a community blitz organised by the SIAFL to clean up the White River Health Clinic.

  • 24
  • Apr

TEN New Zealand and two Australian health personnel will be operational in Honiara from today.

  • 24
  • Apr

EAST Choiseul MP Manasseh Sogavare has supported government proposal to establish an embassy in Jakarta, Indonesia.

  • 24
  • Apr

WEST Honiara Member of Parliament has made a second wave of assistance to flood victims of his constituency.

  • 24
  • Apr

Panamex Group of companies on Thursday aided relief supplies for the flooding victims’ with goods worth more than $100,000.

  • 24
  • Apr

DEPUTY Prime Minister Manasseh Maelanga on Thursday joined the public to cross the Mataniko river on a boat a group of boys is using to ferry people to both sides of the river.

  • 24
  • Apr

PEOPLE affected by the floods are at increased risk of acute malnutrition if there is lack of access to appropriate and adequate food, and reduced access to health and nutrition services, warns the World Health Organization (WHO).

  • 24
  • Apr

CITY major Andrew Mua says five pools were discovered to have been formed upstream of the Mataniko river following the April 3 flooding.