Wed, 3 June 2015
Last Updated: Wed, 03 Jun 2015 3pm
Solomon Star
Bita’ama ends dolphin torture, now plans to move into tourism

Bita’ama ends dolphin torture, now plans to move into tourism

People of Bita’ama in North Malaita Malaita have p...

PM: Breed good Journalism

PM: Breed good Journalism

Prime Minister (PM) Manasseh Sogavare reiterated o...

PM’s media initiative

PM’s media initiative

A 'Prime Minister Media Excellence Award' will be ...

Govt prioritises new electoral legislation

Govt prioritises new electoral legislation

The Democratic Coalition for Change (DCC) Governme...

Singapore trip dubbed ‘worthwhile’

Singapore trip dubbed ‘worthwhile’

The recent visit by a high level delegation to Sin...

North Malaita tourism lauds visit

North Malaita tourism lauds visit

THE North Malaita Tourism Association (NMTA) has a...

Youth learn the basic of Business

Youth learn the basic of Business

Forty three young entrepreneurs are on their way t...

Modern highway commence soon

Modern highway commence soon

THE construction of modern highway road will comme...

PM under pressure

PM under pressure

Party wrangling shakes DCC, source revealed

  • Latest News

  • Most Popular

  • Gallery

  • Solomon Island Links

  • ja-news-1
  • ja-news-2
  • ja-news-3

Sports

SETTING

Viewpoint

SETTING

News

Magistrate issues stern warning to burglars

1 HOUR AGO

THE COURTS will not tolerate people who invade into other people’s home and steal their valuable belongings, says Principal Magistrate Fatima Taeburi.

Readmore

First professor for SINU

1 HOUR AGO

Solomon Islands National University (SINU) has a new professor who is the first to be recruited by the university.

Readmore

Air Niugini to link Vanuatu, PNG

6 DAYS AGO

PORT VILA, ( VANUATU DAILY POST) - A bilateral deal negotiated between New Guinea and Vanuatu in the corridors of the PALM 7 meeting in Japan may get into air shortly.

Readmore

We’re not broke: PNG finance Minister

6 DAYS AGO

PORT MORESBY, (POST COURIER) - Papua New Guinea New Guinea is not broke – that’s official and from Finance Minister James Marape.

Readmore

Airline launches Sydney route

8 HOURS AGO

SOLOMON Airlines made history, Monday, when it launched its new direct route between Honiara and Sydney.

Readmore

Lau lagoon operators told to work closely with govt

9 HOURS AGO

MINISTER for Culture and Tourism (MCT) Bartholomew Parapolo has encouraged tourism operators in Lau Lagoon,north Malaita, to work closely with their Member of Parliament to improve their livelihood.

Readmore

Sports

Two matches set for womens rugby 10s

6 DAYS AGO

The Womens Rugby 10s Competition continues today with two great matches set down for Panatina field this afternoon.

Readmore

KOSSA remains atop as Warriors slid two spots

6 DAYS AGO

The chase for the 2015 Honiara Football Association League (HFA) title for the premier division may have experienced some movements in the team positions but KOSSA remains in charge of the lead.

Readmore

Nauru produces world's strongest man

19 DAYS AGO

YAREN, (DIGICEL) - Nauru’s world champion powerlifter, Jezza Uepa, set a new world record at the recent 2015 Pacific Invitational championships in Australia.

Readmore

All The Best, Semi: Ryan

19 DAYS AGO

LONDON, (FIJI SUN) - Vodafone Fijian 7s star Semi Kunatani has signed a two-year deal with France club, Toulouse.

Readmore

Viewpoint

Thanks PM Sogavare!

5 DAYS AGO
Thanks PM Sogavare!

MEDIA workers marked World Press Freedom Day on Wednesday night in Honiara – three weeks after the official designated day on May 3.

Readmore

Urgent need to police the common border

14 DAYS AGO

The need for police and immigration presence at our common border with neighbours Papua New Guinea is urgent than even.

Readmore

Denominational barriers in SI

6 DAYS AGO

Dear Editor - It is quite disgusting and very provoking to learn of the so many arguments going on for more than 3 weeks regarding the Law & Grace Theology between the two theologians.

Readmore

Thank you MP Auga

6 DAYS AGO

Dear Editor – Please publish this in your editorial section. The Member of Parliament for Lau Mbaelelea (Hon. Augustine Auga) is one of the MPs who realises investing in human resources as a priority.

Readmore

The Grace of Humility

1 DAY AGO

Welcome to the ‘Thought for the Week’ column where we will be discussing the subject of Humility. We will be looking at this subject for the next two weeks. I pray that God will speak to you through his Word as we explore this subject in our discussion.

Readmore

The surface and our traditional governance systems

7 DAYS AGO

The World’s biggest ship of its time the Titanic, was sent to the depths of the North Atlantic Ocean in April 1912 after it struck an ice-berg beneath the water surface.

Readmore

Features

SI to host women’s regional conference

5 DAYS AGO

The Women’s Leadership and Political Participation Regional Conference will be hosted in Honiara, from the 2nd to the 4th of June at the FFA Conference centre.

Readmore

Vois blo mere gets fund to fight gender violence

5 DAYS AGO

Local non-government organization, Vois Blo Mere Solomon Islands gets the nod to involve in fight against gender violence in Solomon Islands.

Readmore

Grand feast day celebration in Buma Catholic Church

7 DAYS AGO

Veni Santo Spiritus was celebrated in style by the Holy Spirit Parish at Buma Catholic Church last Sunday.

Readmore

Keava region youth leaders ready to deal with youths

7 DAYS AGO

YOUTH leaders in the Keava region, Anglican Diocese of Malaita have successfully completed three-day training on mind-management.

Readmore

Dezine stuns Vila fans

1 DAY AGO

THE popular Dezine has stunned their Vanuatu fans on their first appearance at the stadium in Stade, Port Vila over the weekend.

Readmore

Sharzy to perform in DWU

7 DAYS AGO

LOCAL talented musician known as Sharzy will perform at the Solomon Islands Student Association (SISA) night at the Divine Word University (DWU) campus in Madang this coming Saturday - 30th May.

Readmore

Key Dates

9June - 2014
Temotu  Provincial Day
13June - 2014
Holiday Queen’s Birthday