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First batch of nurses Vanuatu-bound



THE first batch of 28 local nurses recruited by the Vanuatu Government jetted out of the country on Monday to take up their new jobs.

GG: private sector the driving force of economy  

THE Governor General (GG) His Excellency Reverend, David Vunagi says the Democratic Coalition Government for Advancement (DCGA) recognises that the private sector is fundamental in driving our economy forward.

Stop the handout mentality


GOVERNOR General Rev. David Vunagi says Solomon Islanders must stop the habit of relying on aid donors or politicians to provide cash handouts.

LOGGING TRAGEDY


Two killed in horrific vehicle accident

WALE: GOV’T FAILS PEOPLE

CURRENT struggles and difficulties Solomon Islanders face are a result of Government failures, Opposition leader Mathew Wale says.

Church launches evangelism program


THE Diocese of Hanuato’o in Makira Ulawa Province launched their Decade of Evangelism and Renewal Program at Pamua Community College on Sunday 21st of July, 2019.

Honey can be a major source of income here


BEE-KEEPING can be a major source of income for Solomon Islanders.

Central Market to open 7 days a week

The Mayor Wilson Mamae and the Executive of the Honiara City Council have passed a resolution to allow the Honiara Central market to open it’s services for 7 days a week.

The fight against Rhino beetle in Rennell rages on

The Ministry of Agriculture & Livestock, through their Biosecurity Solomon Islands (BSI) Department, assisted Rennell Islands last month to fight the threat of the Coconut Rhinoceros Beetle (CRB). 

SI set to host regional Pathfinder camporee 



Solomon Islands Mission (SIM) of the Seventh Day Adventist (SDA) church is set to host the Trans Pacific Union (TPU) regional Pathfinder camporee at the end of this year.

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