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Tome’s closing sub, Wednesday

 


The former Minister of Provincial Government and Institutional Strengthening, David Tome, accused of converting $80,000 of constituency fund will appear in the Honiara Magistrates’ Court for the closing submission on his matter.

Balance diet is vital

A SPECIALIST from the Taiwan Technical Mission (TTM) urges locals from Balasuna areas to eat balance diet every day during meal time.

Farmers attend integrated workshop

MORE than 30 farmers, students and teachers of Balasuna Bible College in North East Guadalcanal attended a one day integrated workshop on Friday.

Gwounahau road work extended

 THE newly constructed Anorara Taba’a eight kilometer road has been extended further into the mountains in East Kwara’ae, Malaita Province.

NSO meets with FAO reps

THE National Statistics Office (NSO) has met with the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) recently over the National Agriculture Survey Project 2017 (NASP).

Search & Rescue only coordinates search

 

 

 

The public is urged to understand the work of Search and Rescue (S&R) as coordinators of collective efforts to rescue or track down missing boats at sea, but not their responsibility to respond instantly to sea tragedies.

Successful retreat at Don Bosco

THE Holy Cross Cathedral choir ministry over the weekend successfully held their retreat program at Don Bosco Henderson Dominican formation house in East Honiara.

NZ’s Helping Hand backs HOH

HEARTS of Hope (HOH) charitable organization based in Malaita province has received a timely donation from the Helping Hand group from New Zealand.

Demand to study at Balasuna Bible College


THE demand for students to study Bible remains high at the Balasuna Bible College (BBC) in North East Guadalcanal this year.

Red carpet welcome for PM in Taipei

PRIME Minister Rick Houenipwela has been accorded a red carpet welcome in Taipei, Republic of China (ROC) Taiwan.

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