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COMMUNITY Residents Association (CRA) should be formed and given a place in land development matters says prominent Gizo resident Kenji Sato.

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Leaders of some of the Honiara based Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) in a meeting organized and held at the Solomon Islands National Council of Women last week, has condemned the proposed action of the Honourable Minister of Finance and Treasury, Mr. Harry Kuma, for attempting to solicit the $100USD Billion from China, without prior consultation with the Central Bank of Solomon Islands as reported in the Solomon Islands print media.

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PANELISTS in a radio Talk-Back show united on Sunday to condemn the government’s move to borrow US$100 billion in loan from a mysterious Chinese broker called Terry Wong.

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TWO teenagers have been arrested and remanded in custody in the Republic of Nauru following the death of a young Solomon Islander last month.

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HEAD of the Chinese Embassy Taskforce in Solomon Islands Yao Ming wants the Solomon Islands Government (SIG) to ease the travel restriction to allow their diplomat officials to travel to Solomon Islands.

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THE Office of the Prime Minister & Cabinet (OPMC) has rebutted a front-page story in the Island Sun newspaper, describing it as “‘irresponsible and misleading”.

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The Ministry of Fisheries and Marine Resources has issued a statement today saying it will not lift the current ban on beche-de-mer fishery.

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CHAIRMAN of Mt Beata primary school in Central Guadalcanal has thanked Mike Goodwin and Teresa Goodwin for donating six water tanks and stationaries to the school.

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PRIME Minister Manasseh Sogavare on Monday opened the new office headquarters of the Government’s Information, Communication and Technology Support Unit (ICTSU) and its project initiatives achievements package.

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A GIZO resident has urged passengers arriving onboard vessels from Honiara to dispose of their trash in the right place.

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WARD 31 in Luangiua of Malaita Outer Islands (MOI) had received its first project involving street -solar lighting system last week.

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