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HCC, Plan International, YWCA seal deal


PARTNERSHIP Agreements aimed at promoting “Safer Cities for Girls” have been signed-in a tripartite arrangement involving the Plan International Solomon Islands (PISI), the Honiara City Council (HCC) and the Young Women’s Christian Association, (YWCA).

ATA conducts grading


Auki Taekwondo Academy (ATA) on Tuesday conducted its second and final grading test promotion for the year 2020. 

Solrais lifts Tomoko’s spirit


WESTERN Tomoko senior football team has been boosted with the donation of ten bags of rice thanks to SolRais Company Limited.

BNE, AKL, HIR repatriation flight set

Subject to regulatory approval, the national flag carrier will operate a further repatriation flight in early December to bring more stranded Solomon Islands citizens home via New Zealand.

MP farewells, backs PLS workers


East Are’Are workers employed by Australian companies under the Pacific Labour Scheme (PLS) got a farewell from their Member of Parliament, Peter Kenilorea Jnr at the East Are Are Constituency Office (EACO) on Tuesday. 

Wale: extending SoPE not the  answer


LEADER of Opposition Hon. Matthew Wale says, the government has to accept that Covid-19 is going to be here for a while, and the country needs to adjust to it and return to normalcy, instead of relying on State of Public Emergencies to deal with the effects brought about by the global pandemic.

PM challenges media


PRIME Minister (PM) Manasseh Sogavare is again calling on the local media to be responsible.

Logging picks up


LOGGING performs stronger than expected in the third quarter despite global restrictions as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Seasonal workers Australia bound


175 local seasonal workers jetted out of the country yesterday for Australia to join other Pacific countries to formally join the restart of Australia’s labour mobility programs.

SINU MESS IRKS MP

FORMER Prime Minister and Member of Parliament for Small Malaita Constituency Rick Hou says Government should stop politicizing the current issue affecting Solomon Islands National University (SINU).

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