TWENTY-TWO recently graduated medical students are still waiting for flight arrangements to return home from Cuba.
RECENTLY elected Renbel premier Johnston Timothy says he still has the majority to rule the province.
WORK on the much waited Kamaosi Road project in the Gao/Bugotu area of Isabel Province started on Monday this week.
A remuneration survey workshop was successfully held on Tuesday at the Solomon Islands National University (SINU), Kukum campus.
RESOLUTION of the 2014 Our Telekom national tourism forum (NTF) resolution will be presented to parliament.
KASTOM Garden Association (KGA) has been commended for assisting communities and schools replant their food gardens after the April flooding in Honiara and Guadalcanal.
SCHOOLS engaged in farming are discouraged from using fertilizers and other pesticides.
ST Joseph’s Tenaru School are expected to harvest their one hectare rice farm in three months’ time.
SOLOMON Islands has thrown its full support and welcomes the Small Islands Developing States (SIDS) development goal for sustainable development through genuine and durable partnership.
CONSTRUCTION of a new international wharf at the Solomon Islands Ports Authority (SIPA) will kick off next month.
Honiara has no vacant land for future tourism development says permanent secretary (PS) of lands, housing and survey.
Solomon Island Ports Authority (SIPA) will build an interim terminal for tourists visiting Honiara by boat starting this year.
DPM in Apia for SIDS
West celebrates youth day
Locals in Townsville showcase culture
Election heat is now here