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PM to unveil national tourism forum

Prime Minister Gordon Darcy Lilo, will officially open the Our Telekom national tourism forum taking at the end of this month.

SPOL employees end training

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Potential for tourism

The coastal region of North West Guadalcanal still offers an ideal spot for tourism activities which needs to be developed to support the industry and the economy.

Almost 100 new suspected cases of chikungunya in Samoa

RNZI: The latest figures from the Samoa Ministry of Health say eight people have been diagnosed with chikungunya virus after the first 20 specimens were sent overseas for tests.

SI-EITI pushes for revenue transparency in mining sector

The Solomon Islands Extractive Industries Transparency Initiatives (SIEITI) is pushing hard for transparency and accountability around the revenue collected from the mining industries in the country.

Cancelling rugby won't stop Tonga's spectator violence

RNZI: The Tonga Secondary Schools' Principals Association says cancelling future rugby matches will not stop violence between supporters.

Call to dissolve parliament

Dear Editor – After reading Mr Sasako’s article that was published on the 12th of August 2014 on the Solomon star about the state of the country’s money basket and economy, one should be worried as I am.

Quality output

Dear Editor – It’s unbelievable to note that there are few teachers under graduate diploma that are being accepted in the SINU School of Education this year  that undertake different subjects opposite from their previous teaching subjects they taught during their teaching career.

Government Caucus

Dear Editor – I share my concerns again about the Government Caucus in the hope that since the Political Stability and Leadership Integrity Bill has now become law, there is the golden opportunity for the country to do things in the proper and fair way.

Election, a click away

Dear Editor – As we’re heading towards this most longed moment, I’m so sure that people are trilled and anxiously waiting for this national event.