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Get ready for plain packaging!

WORLD No Tobacco Day, on 31 May every year, highlights the burden of tobacco and tobacco-related harm.

SITCO’s bullying tactic

Dear Editor – I write to express my concern at the attitude of the staffs of Solomon Islands Tobacco Limited who for the past months have threatened us the market vendors.

Unregulated private security industry

Dear Editor – A principal of a Honiara based private security business wrote to me the other day reminding me of advice I had once given him about the need for local security businesses to be properly regulated with legislative solutions similar to those in regional countries.

Sharing in the joy of the Reed Is water project

Dear Editor - In a water supply project costing more than $1million, shared equally with the Government of the Republic of China (Taiwan) and the Government of the Solomon Islands, villagers centred on Laro, Nyimoa and Tanga in the remote Reef Islands finally, last week and after waiting for many years, were able to turn on taps outside their homes to get their drinking water.

Unregulated private security industry

Dear Editor - A principal of a Honiara based private security business wrote to me the other day reminding me of advice I had once given him about the need for local security businesses to be properly regulated with legislative solutions similar to those in regional countries.

Solrice import Vietnam rice

Dear Editor - Very interesting indeed and what a hypocritical turn after much ado about "poor quality Vietnamese rice" and after much effort in putting a stop to SIPA's efforts to sell lower, affordable  priced rice to Solomon Islanders, Nick Ellis has the guts to promote "good quality Vietnamese rice" for sale to Solomon Islanders.

25 May 2016, Apia, Samoa - The Pacific islands are a step closer to having their very own Pacific Climate Change Centre to be hosted at the Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme (SPREP) campus in Apia, Samoa.

Air Nauru to expand service to central Pacific

GOLD COAST, (ISLANDS BUSINESS) - Nauru's national carrier will look at expanding into the Central Pacific.

Further private sector reforms will secure Solomon’s growth

IN 2002, Solomon Islands’ economy was on its knees.

Visale parish prepares for silver jubilee

THE Visale Catholic mother church will be celebrating its 50th silver Jubilee next month.

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