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  • 30
  • Jun

The first day of the Melanesian Festival of Arts and Culture in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea on Monday has highlighted Melanesian people’ s close connection to their land and environment which they cherish for a very long time.

  • 27
  • Jun

A TOTAL of 287,438 people have registered to vote across the country, the Electoral Commission revealed yesterday.

  • 27
  • Jun

MALAITA Ma’asina Forum technical team has criticised the Central Bank of Solomon Islands (CBSI)for its late announcement on the poor performance of the country’s economy it its annual report last month.

  • 27
  • Jun

PAPUA New Guinea Minister for Tourism, Arts and Culture Boka Kondra Wednesday welcomed Melanesian cultural leaders at a cocktail reception in Port Moresby.

  • 27
  • Jun

THREE fishermen from Langalanga in Malaita landed at Buala, Isabel, Tuesday night after their outboard motor engine ran out of fuel.

  • 27
  • Jun

THE Papua New Guinea High Commission in Honiara says its government paid for Prime Minister Gordon Darcy Lilo’s trip to Port Moresby to attend the special Melanesia Spearhead Group meeting.

  • 27
  • Jun

THE United States Government says Solomon Islands’ efforts to combat human trafficking is disappointing.

  • 27
  • Jun

BETEL nut vendors are back in numbers on the street after the Honiara City Council law enforcement officers stopped enforcing the betel nut ban.

  • 27
  • Jun

THE Provincial Police Commander for Malaita Province, Alfred Uiga has denied making any calls for fugitive Edmond Sae to surrender.

  • 27
  • Jun

THE inaugural Solomon Islands high school choral festival organizing committee, in its hopes to unite young people around Honiara with messages of positive change, are pleased to have engaged the services of renowned composer, pacific musical maestro and a Great Pacific Son Igelese Ete and two members of his Pasifika Voices Choir.

  • 27
  • Jun

MALAITA Ma’asina Forum (MMF) has called on the Electoral Commission to amend its Act to ensure selling and buying of ID cards is illegal.

  • 27
  • Jun

VOTERS who have registered to vote in their constituencies in the provinces will have to go back home to their respective constituencies to vote despite registering in Honiara.