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Logging sector creates 5,000 jobs here

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Logging is the largest formal-sector and source of employment in the Solomon Islands after government. Finance Minister Hon. Harry Kuma...

Greening Honiara and provincial centres

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In his speech, during the Business Excellence Award (BEA) last weekend, the Prime Minister, the Hon. Manasseh Sogavare mentioned that the Government...

Sirebe Tribe in Choiseul records first National Terrestrial Protected Area

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The Minister of Environment, Climate Change, Disaster Management and Meteorology, Hon. Dr Culwick Togamana, officially launched and declared formal gazettal of the Sirebe Forest...

Cyclone Rita initial damage assessment underway in Tikopia and Anuta

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The Initial Damage Assessment (IDA) on the impacts of Tropical Cyclone Rita in Tikopia and Anuta has started and is currently underway.

Tonga gets $500,000 climate preparation award

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“The Commonwealth Climate Finance Access Hub has helped Tonga secure a grant to put the country on the path towards low carbon...

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Breaking News: SINUSA calls for immediate removal of VC

A notice was issued by Solomon Islands National University Students Association ( SINUSA) for a meeting @ 12pm today (24th Feb) @ SINU Hall. The call is to hear students’ concerns and documenting them for an IMMEDIATE REMOVAL of the Vice Chancellor Mr. Ganesh.

The Solomon Islands Herald is also well aware of the many frustrations coming from both staffs and students with how the current VC is running SINU.

Will Ganesh survive this? We don’t know.

We will post more on this soon on our Website, Twitter, Facebook.

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