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Women promoting local recipes for money

Through the daily vending in Gizo town - Western province’s capital, Arena Patovaki and her friends are able to make ends meet by promoting local foods.

Scholarship recipients told to utilise time

Acting Permanent Secretary for the Ministry of Education and Human Resources Development (MEHRD), Mr James Bosamata has strongly advised all the 33 New Zealand scholarship awardees to make use of their time when studying overseas.

‘Tourism is among the productive sectors’

Tourism is among the revenue productive sectors that can empower the economy of Solomon Islands, says caretaker Prime Minister Rick Hou.

Su’umoli C.H.S gets $630k support

Su’umoli primary and community high school in Makira-Ulawa province has signed a grant contract last week, with the Embassy of Japan in Solomon Islands.

Ex-officers claims must be scrutinized

Former Member of Parliament (MP) for Central Guadalcanal Peter Shanel Angovaka says the ex-police officers claims should be for border security in the Western Province during the ethnic tension only.

Police ready for election

THE Solomon Islands Police Force are well prepared for the upcoming national general election this year, says the Acting Police Commissioner Juanita Matanga.

Nusa Baruku takes step to improve community

NUSA Baruku community at Gizo, Western Province, is working towards establishing its own primary school this year.

AG on public complaints, courts

ATTORNEY-GENERAL (AG), John Muria (Jnr) says complaints from the public about non-enforcement of court judgments are testaments that there are currently existing challenges with the enforcement of court orders.


Sir Albert wants more funding for the courts

Takeli to step down as head of ACOM

THE Archbishop of the Anglican Church of Melanesia (ACOM), Reverend George Takeli, will step down from the post, March this year.

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