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Solomon Islands soon to export plant and animal products to Kiribati

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SOLOMON Islands will soon start exporting animal and animal products, plants and plant products to the Republic of Kiribati. The trade should...

CSSI held stakeholders meeting and workshop for Rehabilitation Providers

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The Programs & Industry Department of Correctional Service Solomon Islands (CSSI) on 21 February 2020, conducted a day meeting and workshop for Prisoners Program...

RSIPF urged to partner with SIG

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The Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) has been urged to work in partnership with the Solomon Islands Government. Opening the first...

Galokale calls for integrity amidst USD$100 billion loan saga

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The Leader of the Independent Group has appealed to the government to raise its level of integrity in managing the country’s economy.

PM conveys well wishes to Japanese Emperor

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PRIME Minister Manasseh Sogavare has conveyed his best wishes to the Emperor of Japan on his 60th Birthday celebrations. Prime Minister Sogavare...

High Commissioner Joy Kere ends NZ service

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Solomon Islands High Commissioner to New Zealand, Her Excellency Lady Joy Kere has concluded her duty after six years of active service since the...

Wale urges Finance Minister to stop deceiving citizens

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THE Leader of Opposition has labelled the explanation given by Finance Minister Harry Kuma on his exploration of a USD100 Bn loan from Chinese...

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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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