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Special voting booth for people with disabilities


People with Disability will have special booths at every polling station during the upcoming national general election.

PNG helps with medical supplies

Papua New Guinea government has stepped into support the country with medical supplies.

Gizo breeds local CRB species

WESTERN Province's Agriculture office has confirmed that a local Coconut Rhinoceros beetle species is present in the western end of Gizo town.

Youths to clean-up Gizo town

SIX Youth groups within the Gizo Township will commence a thorough clean-up campaign in the Western Provincial capital this week.

Briefing on national security strategy


The national security division of the Ministry of Police National Security and Correctional Services met on Wednesday at Parliament with the Parliamentary Committee on Police & Security to brief them on the progress work in formulating and development the national security strategy.

Maneniaru pleased with PNA outcome


THE Parties to Nauru Agreement (PNA) 13th Ministerial Meeting ended in Nauru on Thursday, with Solomon Islands coming away satisfied following Kiribati’s decision to join the longline vessel day scheme (LL VDS) which the former had implemented since 2016.

Team here to assess EVAWG support


A TEAM from the Office of Development Effectiveness (ODE) from DFAT in Canberra is currently here, to strategically evaluate Australia’s development assistance towards Ending Violence Against Women And Girls (EVAWG).

Jubilee cross successfully tours Tetere parish


Tetere parishioners in North Central Guadalcanal successfully hosted and took care of the jubilee cross for eight days last month.

PM lauds NZ’s funding boost

PRIME Minister Rick Hou has warmly welcomed the increased funding by the New Zealand Government under the Official Development Assistance (ODA) programme.

Guadalcanal 2nd Appointed day celebration marked today

THE Guadalcanal province second appointed day official celebration will be held on Friday at the National Museum Auditorium in Honiara.

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