Solomon Islands National News - Solomon Star News

National (9625)

  • 26
  • Aug

Auki police, Malaita Province undergoing Public Order Management (POM) training in preparation for the National General Elections.

  • 26
  • Aug

The second batch of recipients of the ROC/Taiwan scholarship has received their award letters from the Taiwanese Ambassador HE Victor Te-Sun Yu at the Taiwanese Embassy.

  • 26
  • Aug

Minister for Culture and Tourism Samuel Manetoali has revealed the country had spent millions of dollars million to host the 2012 11th Festival of Pacific Arts (FOPA).

  • 26
  • Aug

Former diplomat and Trade Negotiations Envoy, Mr. Robert Sisilo, has expressed concerns on the decision by the Solomon Islands Electoral Commission (SIEC) to conduct the public hearing process for Malaita Outer Islands (MOI) in Honiara, and not in the MOI constituency (Luaniua, Pelau & Sikaiana) proper.

  • 26
  • Aug

THE Republic of China/ Taiwan is encouraging the education of females by tilting the scale in favour of females in their scholarship selection for next year.

  • 26
  • Aug

The Solomon Islands Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SICCI) welcome acclaimed musical composer and conductor Igelese Ete to the country.

  • 26
  • Aug

MEMBER of Parliament for Temotu Pele Martin Magga has died late on Monday night.

  • 25
  • Aug


A TOTAL of 62 phone calls for police intervention have been recorded by police last week, five less than the previous week (67).

  • 25
  • Aug

PRIME Minister Gordon Darcy Lilo says the Government is making progress to address issues of political instability to higher cost of running businesses especially electricity prices.

  • 25
  • Aug

Prime Minister Gordon Darcy Lilo says the Australian-operated Gold Ridge mine remains viable despite recent security concerns and mass layoffs.

  • 25
  • Aug

For the past six years, Solomon Islands Tobacco Company (SITCO) has been a dedicated supporter of the   “SEB Youth Training program”. 

  • 25
  • Aug

The Honiara Youth Forum on Youth and Mental Health led by HYC at multipurpose hall on Wednesday last week to discussed mental health issues have ended successfully in coming up with a youth voice statement for mental Health Matters in Honiara.