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BY ALEX DADAMU WHILST appreciating the value of social media, Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare has express wariness of its negative impacts that might cause. Prime Minister Sogavare in his independence anniversary address to the nation on Tuesday 7th July quoted the Governor General - His Excellency Sir David Vunagi’s Queen’s Birthday address stating that the Governor General’s address summed...
BY ALEX DADAMU Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare in his independence anniversary address on 7th July 2020, has stated that the priority of his government is to ensure that the country maintains economic stability, remains safe and continues to progress despite the current situation. Prime Minister Sogavare stated that the government is currently in the process of redirecting policies to focus on...
BY ALEX DADAMU THE State of Public Emergency (SOPE) will lapse on July 25th, 2020 and the Government in the next few weeks will deliberate on whether or not we will need to extend the state of public emergency. The Prime Minister, Manasseh Sogavare in his nationwide address last week on Friday, July 3rd revealed that the cabinet in the next...
BY ALEX DADAMU PRIME Minister Manasseh Sogavare has urged returning passengers to abide by rules and regulations and be patient with quarantine requirements. Prime Minister Sogavare made the statement when addressing the nation today Friday 3rd July 2020, in his weekly nationwide COVID-19 updates. Prime Minister Sogavare reminded returnees stating that everyone has a responsibility to keep the Country and Citizens...
BY TAVAKE SIMON HANA’AROA What could be the biggest flag and the tallest flagpole in the pacific region is set to be officially raised on Monday the 6th of July 2020, which is next week. To be held at the Domestic Port Entrance, Commonwealth Street, it will also fall in line with the historic commissioning ceremony of the nation’s ‘Unity Square’...
BY ALEX DADAMU IN a new wave of demands, the Solomon Islands National University Council had sought the legality of the two University’s Associations. The two University Associations namely, SINU General Staff Association (SINUGSA) and Lecturers Association SINU (LASINU) are questioned whether they are registered unions under the Registrar General’s Office in accordance and compliance of the Trade Unions Act. According to...
BY ALEX DADAMU MORE than forty (40) Farming Households in the Northern Guadalcanal plains are ready to sign the cassava and potato outsourcing contract with the Ministry of agriculture and livestock and Sape farm. According to Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare, the Sape Farm Programme is looking to sign 3 to 10 Hectares of Farming plots per Household. “There are already more than...
BY ALEX DADAMU THE Economic Stimulus Package (ESP) Sub-Committee has assured the public and interested applicants who have applied for funding considerations that the funds granted will be monitored and the recipients will be held accountable for the use of the funds. According to Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare, the National Government has received a good number of submissions from interested applicants...
BY ALEX DADAMU PRIME Minister Manasseh Sogavare in his nationwide address last week Friday has reiterated Solomon Islands Ratification Pacer plus trade agreement, stating that the government believes Pacer plus will provide tangible benefits to the Solomon Islands and other Pacific Island countries. Prime Minister Sogavare said some of the major benefits that the pacer plus Trade Agreement would provide...
BY ALEX DADAMU THE government has decided to exempt every student sitting this year form five and six examinations. This was mentioned by Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare in his weekly COVID-19 update today Friday 26th June 2020. Prime Minister Sogavare was speaking to inform School Authorities, Parents, and Students within the emergency zone that the government has received requests to ease social...
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