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  • 02
  • Jun

Government is still paying thousands of dollars each year to landowners of Komarindi, central Guadalcanal, since 1996 although it has yet to acquire the land.

  • 02
  • Jun

Red Cross has resumed its voluntary blood donation programme.

  • 02
  • Jun

The  Prevalence of Trade imbalance, budget deficit, weak infrastructure, less business initiatives and high rate of unemployment are reasons why, Solomon Islands remains under the least Developed Countries (LDC) category.

  • 02
  • Jun

Member of Parliament for Temotu Vattu constituency Clay Forau is being accused of mismanaging constituency funds, and constituents are demanding explanations.

  • 02
  • Jun

Flood relief assistance is still pouring in as Nestle Pacific Islands (NPI) delivered a container of noodle for flood victims in Honiara, Friday.

  • 02
  • Jun

Reproductive health coordinators, teachers, Non-government organisation reps, and provincial disaster coordinators concluded their five-day training on Saturday.

  • 02
  • Jun

Students at the Solomon Islands National University (SINU) have welcomed parliament’s endorsement of the Short Bus Routes report. Parliament endorsed the report, Thursday.

  • 02
  • Jun

Registered voters are told to respect the law and stop selling their voter ID cards, which legally, are properties of Solomon Islands Electoral Commission (SIEC).

  • 02
  • Jun

Integrating Personal Finance Management into our schools curriculum

  • 02
  • Jun

Every year, tobacco kills nearly six million people. It remains the largest preventable cause of death on the planet.

  • 02
  • Jun

The accusation and labeling by some members of the Forum Solomon Islands International (FSII) of the Australian-led and funded Regional Assistant Mission to Solomon Islands (known widely as RAMSI) as a “failure” is simply out of ignorance and motivated by ethnic politics and biases.

  • 02
  • Jun

Speaker of parliament, Sir Allan Kemakeza has been questioned and accused by Savo and Russell constituents’ for influencing the Biometric Voters Registration on pursuance for personal interests as an intending candidate.