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IS IT REALLY AN ECONOMIC STIMULUS PACKAGE? 

IN countries ravaged by the coronavirus pandemic, governments came up with schemes to keep the economy breathing. It was more or less keeping the economy on a life-support system. The idea is to ensure people remain at work.

Suspended officer refuses to talk over missing $300k


THE police officer who was suspended in connection to the missing $300k exhibit money had refused to talk with police officers during an interview.

Police house razed in Noro 


Officers of the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) at the Noro Police Station are trying to establish the cause of a fire that razed to the ground a police residential house at Noro in the Western Province, Thursday.

Chief: Shortland stands ready to work with govt


THE people and chiefs of Shortland Islands have expressed their willingness to partner with the Government to bring about a stable security environment on the western border.

‘Iumi Tugeda Holiday Packages’ domestic bubble launching


Minister for Culture & Tourism (MCT) Bartholomew Parapolo will today officially launch a new series of domestic travel packages aimed specifically at stimulating business for local operators struggling to stay afloat in the current environment.

Tourism in focus summit

Dear Editor - This Friday in Honiara, Tourism Solomons will host a summit with Solomon Islands industry leaders to those from the ministry, airline and tourism office, local hoteliers, other accommodation operators, transport providers, and tour companies – all working towards fully agreed, fully aligned set objectives in order to focus on the opportunities domestic tourism offers in the current environment.

Public servant repositioned

Dear Editor - I refer to the article in the press recently where a Public servant has been repositioned because his activities were obviously corrupt. 

HOW DEEP ROOTED IS CORRUPTION IN THIS COUNTRY

CORRUPTION, it seems, has engulfed every sector in this country – from the pulpit down to the corridors of power and the rule of law.

Soaki pays farewell call to Bainimarama


Outgoing Solomon Islands High Commissioner to the Republic of Fiji, William McDonald Soaki has thanked the Government of Fiji for the waiver granted to Solomon Islands’ tertiary students studying in Fiji in extending their visas.

Local models complete remote Photoshoot 


LOCAL models Blake Lee and Mynisha Boso have completed their engagement in a remote Photoshoot with London’s professional fashion photographer and LPEW lead photographer Tim Copsey, at Heritage Park (HP) in Honiara, Thursday. 

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