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Jorio Java Dovele women’s saving club gets support

The Jorio Java Dovele Women’s Association Credit saving scheme last week was boosted after their outgoing MP made his last (livihood funds) from Former MP North Vela Lavella Mr. Milner Tozaka.

More top-up agents in Malaita

MORE than a hundred people have signed up as Telekom top-up agents in Malaita province recently.

Anglican students mark Patterson day

Anglican students of the Church of Melanesia at the University of the South Pacific in Laucala, Fiji commemorated the day of their first missionary John Pattison Coleridge last Saturday.

Telekom switches on two more towers in Malaita

Two more communities in Malaita will now access mobile phone use following the launch of towers within their areas, Thursday.

They flew out Saturday for Melanesia Cup

DEFENDING Telekom S-league champions, Solomon Warriors FC, will represent the country in the newly revived Melanesian Super Cup competition in Vanuatu.

Women’s rights under the spotlight

WOMEN’S rights in Solomon Islands will be under the microscope in October at the 59th session of the Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women in Geneva and government representatives and civil society organisations are preparing at a four-day session in Honiara.

Chamber launches redesigned website

SOLOMON Islands Chamber of Commerce (SICCI) last Friday launched its redesigned website after much input into the restructuring of the organisation.

Enjoying the wisdom of Solomon

A TRADE delegation from the Solomon Islands visited Australia recently, keen to promote their country as a top destination in the Pacific.

HAVING sighted available information with regard to the granting of the mining lease to bothAsian Pacific Investment Development (APID) and Bingtang Borneo it is quite clear that due process under the Mines and Minerals Regulation has not been followed.

Is it proper or a quickie to get help for the election?

THE tiny Province of Renbel is in the news of late.