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Warriors ends campaign

Solomon Warriors FC has regained some pride after ending their campaign in the OFC Champions League thrashing the underdogs of pool A Kiwi FC 8-0 yesterday at the Churchill Park Stadium in Lautoka, Fiji.

LOCAL SHINES

Helps Nauru club with national champ

GPPOL plans to expand oil palm in east Guale

THE awareness program that is being carried out by Guadalcanal Plains Palm Oil Limited (GPPOL) in  North East Guadalcanal has now resumed after being disturbed due to the wet weather experienced earlier in the year.

MSG conducts seminar on trade agreement

THE Melanesia Spearhead Group (MSG) Secretariat has conducted another successful two days Workshop on the Draft MSG Trade Agreement and other Trade and Economic Agreement/Initiatives in the region.  

EU supports Pacific enterprises at regional trade show

FOUR enterprises from the Pacific have been supported by the European Union to showcase their products to international buyers at Trade Pasifika 2014.

Bad weather forces Gold Ridge to halt operations

TORRENTIAL rain has forced operations at the Gold Ridge mine to be suspended.

Airline cancels flights

SOLOMON Airlines Thursday cancelled all flights – international and domestic – in and out of Honiara as the bad weather persists.

Govt & KOICA on forestry action plan

The ministry of forestry with the Korean International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) last week held three days workshop to discuss the implementation of a forestry action plan.

So, what is the South Pacific Tourism exchange?

With tourism a vitally important industry, income earner and employer right across the South Pacific, the inaugural South Pacific Tourism Exchange will be the region’s largest travel and tourism business-to-business event.

Commonwealth and La Francophonie to convene Annual G20 dialogue

The Commonwealth and the International Organisation of La Francophonie will hold their Third Annual development dialogue with the Group of Twenty --G20—in Washington DC, this week.