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Do not slander one another

THIS is the fifth of the ‘One another” sayings in the New Testament, “Do Not Slander One Another” (James 4:11, 12).

Airline launches new state of the art customer-focused website

SOLOMON Airlines says it has become one of the first international carriers to employ the latest in online customer service web-based technology with the launch of its newly revamped website.

Mothers Union marks big day

Members of the Mothers Union in west Guadalcanal came together to celebrate and remember the founder of the Anglican Mothers Union around the world.

Crushing mill for West Guadalcanal

A new crashing mill for West Guadalcanal was launched over the weekend at Mangakiki village.

POB’s board meets, makes decision here

The Pan Oceanic Bank (POB) board of management normally meets in Solomon Islands with most of its decisions done here.

Investors taking risks to invest here

INVESTORS of the country’s newly established bank – Pan Oceanic Bank (POB) are taking risks to invest in Solomon Islands.

Fiji poll suggests majority want Frank Bainimarama as PM

RNZI: A survey of voters in Fiji suggests most people polled would choose Rear Admiral Frank Bainimarama as Prime Minister, and would vote for his FijiFirst party.

Missing Tongan fishermen believed to be found alive in Fiji

RNZI: Three missing Tongan fisherman are believed to have been found alive in Fiji's Lau group.

American Samoa grocery store violates minimum wage laws

RNZI: A grocery store in American Samoa, K.S Mart, has agreed to pay over 85 thousand US dollars to 87 employees for violations of the minimum wage and overtime laws.

Pacific Islanders will need alternative sources of protein

IUCN:  Overfishing, population growth, rapid urbanization, habitat degradation and climate change are all leading to a ‘perfect storm’ for coastal fisheries in the Pacific Islands region, which means that many Pacific Island countries and territories will need to find alternative sources of protein for their population within the next two decades.