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  • 23
  • Jan

BE Happy Ministry man Mambo Fangaria acknowledges Jeremiah Manele for the financial support to continue on his earthly ministry.

  • 21
  • Jan

Breaking the glass ceiling... one piece of coral at a time

  • 21
  • Jan

MOTHERHOOD is one of the most beautiful experiences that a woman can have in her entire life.

  • 11
  • Jan

IN just a week into 2018, the Anglican Church of Melanesia (ACOM) Trust Board Inc. was officially given the Perpetual Estate (PE) Title for a land in Central Malaita, earmarked for the new ACOM Secondary School.

  • 18
  • Dec

ABOUT 30 representatives from Catholic and ACOM churches around Savo Island gathered at Kalaka Community School last Sundayto discuss a plan for the start of a Bible translation in the Savosavo language.

  • 14
  • Dec

THE Director of the Solomon Islands Association of Vocational Rural Training Centre (SIAVRTC) Billy Mae has urged the Dunde Ama Women Floral group in Western Province to continue with their great initiative in floral business.

  • 11
  • Dec

Members of St. Barnabas Provincial Cathedral of the Church Of Melanesia officially opened and blessed the Canon Desmond Probets Hall yesterday.

  • 30
  • Nov

Members of local traditional and contemporary band, KMK Kaumaakonga made history for themselves after they completed a successful six weeks tour in parts of Queensland and New South Wales, Australia.

  • 27
  • Nov

Police and Family Support Centre are urged to affirm their commitments to the Memorandum of Understanding for SAFENET.

  • 14
  • Nov

OUR talented hip-hop dancers will teach Kiribati youths to prepare for their upcoming biggest youth event in December says Managing Director of Hailies Entertainment Simon Chottu.

  • 08
  • Nov

The Government has commended the Australian government for its continuous support towards women’s business activities in the country.

  • 24
  • Oct

Students studying at the Don Bosco Technical institution (DBTI) both the outgoing and continuing students have been urged to abide with the rules though they no are longer students of DBTI.

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