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FBI investigates Tongan company for adult adoption scam

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.

PM hails private sector

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

Stolen purse

Dear Editor  – A very generous American educator who has been enormously caring and giving, over the past 22 years to Solomon Islanders, of her time and financial resources to youth, students, fathers and mothers, had her purse stolen on 14/01/16 at the Central Market car park.

Militant police officers

Dear Editor – In July 2003, the national parliament passed the Facilitation of International Act 2003.

A futsal stadium is a must

OUR young futsal stars have made us proud again.

‘SIG, a fine mine investment in SI’

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

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

Park on tourism here

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.

Eagon needs more local workers

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

Park happy with Eagon’s investment in Solomons

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.