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Teething issues at BSP takeover of Westpac will be sorted

SAMOA OBSERVER - With the paint barely dry on the new signage covering the Westpac brand, the Bank of the South Pacific (BSP) in Samoa has hit a small speed bump, according to customers.

Youth event needs everyone’s support

The 2015 Youth Market which is currently under way at the Rove Police ground has attracted hundreds of people since it was opened this week.

Inaugural issue of youth magazine successful

THE first issue of a youth magazine has been successfully launched this week.

NPF clarifies position

Solomon Islands National Provident Fund (SINPF) says that performance of investments can credit member contributions from 2.5% to whatever rate the Fund’s investments can deliver.

Vocal workshop organized for interested songsters

A workshop for interested vocalists and singers is set to be organized at the Honiara Hotel’s Club Le Flamingo on the 31st of this month.

Women’s framework to be presented to cabinet

THE Member of Parliament (MP) for Gizo/Kolombangara and Minister for Women, Youth, Children, and Family Affairs will be presenting to cabinet a women’s framework.

Dorcas congress ends

THE week-long Docas congress meeting hosted in Afutara, West Kwaio, Malaita province ended peacefully on Tuesday.

‘Westpac continues to operate in Solomon Islands’

A statement from Westpac countering reports in the Solomon Star on Wednesday which stated that BSP will be taking over Westpac as of this week, said further consultations is ongoing.

Who judge our judges?

IT depends on individual interpretations, but for me, I personally think court judges should be judged by the public.

“An extraordinary speech PM”

The 37th Independence Anniversary Speech delivered by the Prime Minister was one of the most outstanding speeches of our time, a speech that would not be easily forgotten by many entrepreneurs, academics, diplomats and leaders of this nation.