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Submit to One Another (Part 2)

Last week, we looked at the above subject as a general Christian principle. In our discussion this week, we will explore how this principle is applied to real life situations. When we think of submission we tend to think of marriage. As someone put it, “The house in which a man is the boss is probably still under construction.”

Airbus back in service

Solomon Airlines Airbus A320 is now back in service after being temporarily grounded last Wednesday.

EU gives green light for Fiji fish exports

FIJI TV - Fiji now has more opportunities to increase its fish exports to the European Union.

Kacific to bring fast broadband to Kiribati's most remote islands

People on all of the 33 islands and atolls of Kiribati will be able to enjoy high speed broadband services from 2017, thanks to an agreement their government signed today with Kacific Broadband Satellites.

SI will benefit from Asian resilient growth

According to the IMF’s October 2014 update of its analysis of the Asia-Pacific region, Asia’s near-term growth prospects remain solid, in contrast to downward revisions for other regions. Despite a mild slowdown earlier this year, the Asian economies are expected to grow 5.5 percent in 2014 and 2015, broadly sustaining the pace of the last two years. With some exceptions, the inflation outlook should remain benign across most of the region.

Mua Voyage pauses in Vanuatu, with Australia next on the horizon

IUCN – The three vaka canoes sailing on the Mua Voyage have arrived in Port Vila, Vanuatu, and will soon re-launch with southeastern Queensland, Australia, the next destination to hear their message on people, oceans and climate change.

Sasako renews call for voting booths in Honiara

Former Parliamentarian, Alfred Sasako, has renewed his call for Constituency Voter Booths to be set up in Honiara, saying it is a win, win situation for all stakeholders.

X-Beam wins

X-Beam yesterday outclassed Solomon Warriors with a 4- 3 win in the 2014 Under16 league at the King George Sixth SIFF Academy sports ground.

Bellona thrashes Eastern Islands

FOLLOWING the successful start of the inter-island rugby league on Saturday, two matches were played on Sunday.

Local beach volley coach attends top training

Solomon Islands Beach Volleyball (SIBV) coach Jeffery Pasio has been awarded with FIVB Beach Volleyball Coach Level 1 certificate.