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  • 02
  • Jun

Lenard Leni from Aligegeo provincial secondary school agriculture department has thanked Solomon Islands and New Zealand government for the provision of agricultural materials.

  • 02
  • Jun

National Provident Fund’s (NPF) house keepers were given a boost following completion of a four days housekeeping course offered by tourism training company, Solomon Host.

  • 02
  • Jun

Temotu provincial trade delegation led by Premier Fr Brown Beu will complete their trade dialogue and discussion trip with various government ministries today.

  • 02
  • Jun

Women participants at the transformational leadership and character education for peaceful co-existence ended their workshop with a mock demonstration about the election process on Friday.

  • 02
  • Jun

The five days transformational leadership and character education for peaceful co-existence training ended successfully on Friday.

  • 02
  • Jun

The Melanesian culture of reciprocity works well in an extended family or small community but it is much more difficult with a big group such as a constituency or nation.

  • 02
  • Jun

THE review of the Leadership Code Commission (Further Provisions) Act must be prioritised.

  • 02
  • Jun

Disaster volunteers of World Vision have received their certificates from the World vision after engaging in the recent disaster assessment program.

  • 02
  • Jun

A one-week training on gender based violence and sexual reproductive health ended Friday in Honiara.

  • 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.