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PM plans attend top meetings

PM plans attend top meetings

Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare says he is planni...

New GS for SINTA

New GS for SINTA

THE Solomon Islands national teachers Association ...

Fiu LOs submit work plan

Fiu LOs submit work plan

FIU hydro resource owners in Malaita province Wedn...

US navy personnel engages with Alligator Creek community

US navy personnel engages with Alligator Creek community

THE OUTSKIRTS community of Alligator creek, East o...

"My dream came true"

Solomon Islands female long distance runner, Sharo...

YOSI mag launched at biggest youth market

YOSI mag launched at biggest youth market

The biggest Youth Market ever kicked off, Tuesday ...

Solo Icon Quarter final round

Solo Icon Quarter final round

The Icon quarter final elimination went ballistic ...

Mayor’s call to China United

Mayor’s call to China United

The Honiara City Mayor Alfrence Fatai has called f...

Hou blasts $3.7M bill

Hou blasts $3.7M bill

Government not compel to pay compensation

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Cash bonuses for medalists

Dear Editor - I refer to Messrs Sasako’s and Taloikwai’s respective letters of Fr...

News

Govt halts APID

2 HOURS AGO

THE GOVERNMENT through the Ministry of Forestry has issued a seizure notice against Asia Pacific Investment Development (APID) to halt any logging operations on Rennell and exports out of the country.

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Trafficking in persons persists

2 HOURS AGO

HUMAN trafficking still persists in Solomon Islands according to the 2015 U.S Trafficking in Persons (TIP) Report released on Monday.

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New tool to boost literacy

3 HOURS AGO

MAJURO, MARSHALL ISLANDS – An Asian Development Bank (ADB)-assisted pilot project with financing from Japan is using an innovative new education tool to boost literacy and numeracy development in the North Pacific.

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Uto prepares for 'Chocolate Voyage'

1 DAY AGO

Suva (Fiji Times) - CREW members of Fiji's Uto ni Yalo are getting ready for their next big voyage to Bougainville, Papua New Guinea and Wellington in New Zealand.

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Operators told to settle bills, license

3 HOURS AGO

TOURISM operators in Marovo Lagoon, Western Province who fails to pay up their bed levy and business registration with Solomon Islands Visitors Bureau(SIVB)have received letters reminding them to settle their outstanding payment and register their accommodation or they will face the law.

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Operators told to build standard accommodation

4 HOURS AGO

TOURISM operators in Marovo Lagoon, Western Province have been urged to build standard and simple accommodation.

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Sports

Federations to meet

6 DAYS AGO

Team Managers (TM) for all sports that have attended the recent PNG 2015 have been asked to convene at the NOCSI conference room on Wednesday 22 July, 5:30pm.

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Opposition Group acknowledges achievement, urges govt to support sports

6 DAYS AGO

Athletes who have raised the country’s profile in winning medals during the recent Pacific Games in Port Moresby have been congratulated by the Parliamentary Opposition Group.

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Decision of the OFC Disciplinary Committee

6 DAYS AGO

OFC: On 12 July 2015, the Oceania Football Confederation (OFC) Disciplinary Committee reached a decision regarding the eligibility of the player Deklan Wynne in the match between New Zealand ad Vanuatu played on 10 July 2015 in the OFC Olympic Qualifying Tournament in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea.

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Banuve targets Rio

6 DAYS AGO

NADI, ( FIJI TIMES) ---The Pacific's fastest man Ratu Banuve Tabakaucoro has set his focus on securing a spot at the Rio Olympics next year.

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Viewpoint

History in the making for SI in Pacific Games

6 DAYS AGO
History in the making for SI in Pacific Games

Congratulation is the word that Team Solomons deserve for their exceptional performance in the recent Pacific Games in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea (PNG).

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West Papua: Not a bad start for Sogavare

1 MONTHS AGO

WE all want our government to support the United Liberation Movement for West Papua’s (ULMWP) bid for membership of the Melanesia Spearhead Group (MSG).

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AWPA’s letter to Forum leaders

2 HOURS AGO

Dear Editor – This is an open letter to Pacific Islands Forum Leaders from the Australia West Papua Association (AWPA) in Sydney, Australia.

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Cash bonuses for medalists

6 DAYS AGO

Dear Editor - I refer to Messrs Sasako’s and Taloikwai’s respective letters of Friday 17th July, in Sun No. 2036 and Star No. 5927.

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Once a 15 headed monster, now a corrupt monster

5 HOURS AGO

We all know that the three heads of the system of governance consists of the Legislature, the Executive and the Judiciary.

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Ministers’ luxurious life-styles cost tax-payers!

7 DAYS AGO

Incurring cost which was not budgeted for by the government is a form of bad governance decision.

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Features

SIWIBA Mere’s market kicks off

2 HOURS AGO

Solomon Islands Women in Business Association (SIWIBA) bi-monthly Mere’s Market commences today at the National Art Gallery.

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Kit to end violence launched

5 HOURS AGO

A toolkit on how to design projects to end violence against women and girls was launched at the national auditorium Solomon Islands Museum on Monday.

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Mass to be broadcasted live from Auki

2 HOURS AGO

This coming Sunday, 2nd August 2015 SIBC will broadcast live the mass and Church service from the Catholic Diocese of Auki in Malaita.

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Bishop’s pastoral visit to West Guadalcanal

2 HOURS AGO

The Annual Diocesan tour of the Diocesan Bishop of Guadalcanal Rt. Rev. Nathan Tome, accompanied by the Diocesan staff and their wives to the Western Parishes and districts of the Diocese has ended on 26th July 2015.

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Narasirato’s PNG trip a success

2 HOURS AGO

SOLOMON Islands very own Narasirato panpipe band has returned from Papua New Guinea after a successful and historic trip two weeks ago.

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Sign up now to sing like a star

2 HOURS AGO

A VOCAL workshop ‘Singing like a star’ that was scheduled to take place this Friday will be closing its registration tomorrow.

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