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Youth market set for another dancing extravaganza

This month’s youth market set for next week is expected to showcase an explosion of young talent.

Breast feeding beyond 2 years is normal, helps child’s health

BREAST feeding a child beyond the age of two is normal and can be most helpful in the health and growth of a child.

Pacific Islands Forum - Secretary General

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Dear Editor - It is people like Dr. Jimmy Rodgers that this country needs as national leaders given the challenges it is facing in these times.

Christian identity

Dear Editor - We claim that we are Christian country but why does those that organizing the Solo Icon encouraged our youths to involve by singing love songs for competitions. Is this what Christian is?

Archbishop of Canterbury to visit here

Anglican Archbishop for Canterbury the most Reverend Right Justin Welby and his wife Mrs. Caroline Welby will visit the country this weekend.

ANZ-Australian Govt team up in mobile banking

ANZ today announced an agreement with the Australian Government to support the increased roll out of mobile banking and financial literacy programs to a further 65,000 Solomon Islanders previously excluded from traditional banking services.

PNG gets top job, PIFS first female secretary general

The Pacific Islands Forum Leaders at their Retreat in Peleliu State, Palau on 31st July announced Dame Meg Taylor, DBE, as the next Secretary General of the Pacific Islands Forum, making history as the first woman to be selected to hold the office of Secretary General.

Forum Leaders warn of disappearing Pacific

AFP - Pacific leaders warn that entire island nations will disappear under the waves unless action is taken to address climate change.

Trio faces fraud charge

A woman who allegedly obtained more than $150,000 from her employer under false pretences in 2008 is now facing the court.

Croc snatches woman

A fifty eight year old woman from Bokokimbo village in north east Guadalcanal has been the latest victim of a crocodile attack over the weekend.