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Solomon’s fashion week opens

SOLOMON Fashion week opened on Monday with a showroom of beautiful raiment and jewels, before Lady Grace Kabui unveil the banner of inauguration of Solomon Fashion week 2014.

Third miner eyes Rennell

A newly established joint-venture mining company, Mugava and Solomon Mining Limited, is also eying the bauxite deposits on Rennell Island.

Developer defends business permit

China United, the developer of Town Ground plaza in Honiara, has defended it business permit that allows them to lease spaces in the plaza.

Fiji-Sol air impasse persists

SOLOMON Islanders will wait until a new government is elected to re-negotiate a settlement of the three month aviation impasse with Fiji.

YWCA regional training ends here

MEMBERS of the Pacific Young Women’s Christian Association (YWCA) ended their regional leadership and skills building training workshop in Honiara last Friday.

Forest chief removed, Lilo behind Reeves Moveni's removal

The caretaker Prime Minister Gordon Darcy Lilo is again behind the highly controversial removal of the commissioner of Forest Reeves Moveni, the Solomon Star has established.

South Pacific destinations nominated for Travel Adventure Awards

SPTO: The South Pacific Tourism Organisation (SPTO) is organising the participation of member countries at the Adventure Travel and Backpacker Expo this week.

FFA:  Members of the Pacific Islands Forum Fisheries Agency (FFA) have come away from a special session of their governing council with a fisheries management proposal for South Pacific Albacore.

Youths learn about mercy of God

Youth who attended the Divine Mercy congress yesterday at Holy Cross Cathedral, were spiritually empowered from the presentation that was given by the main speakers, Mrs Lesina Levi from Samoa and Mr John from Australia.

GPPOL clarifies position on new management

GUADALCANAL Plains Palm Oil Limited (GPPOL) has clarified that it is and will always be an Incorporated Solomon Islands Company owned 80% by New Britain Palm Oil from PNG and 20% by the Guadalcanal Plains Resource Development Company.