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Commonwealth and La Francophonie to convene Annual G20 dialogue

The Commonwealth and the International Organisation of La Francophonie will hold their Third Annual development dialogue with the Group of Twenty --G20—in Washington DC, this week.

Flights resume

The Solomon Airlines on Sunday resumes both its international and domestic flights after being cancelled last Friday due to heavy flooding as a result of cyclone Ita.

CBR & stakeholders way forward 2014 & beyond

The training on Human Rights coordinated by the National Community Based Rehabilitation program targeting health workers and stakeholders in the country is seen as vital and timely in order that those responsible shall embark on programs and activities that will improve and enhance decisions on policies, work plans and activities and hence quality service delivery to the people who need it and most especially to the vulnerable, disadvantaged and persons with disabilities.

Flood affected Kwaibaita farmers

The recent bad weather and flash flood that affected parts of the country has also hit hard on rural farmers in Malaita province.

Solomon Water wants cooperation

THE current disaster has affected a lot of services – one basic one is water to the Honiara population.

Manetoali joins SIVB on Isabel tour

Minister of culture and tourism Samuel Manetoali is joining the Solomon Island Visitors Bureau (SIVB) on its fourth provincial tour to Isabel province today.

Technological solutions to sustainability challenges

Two CT4-class tuna longliners left the port of Noro in the Western Province of Solomon Islands earlier this month with the latest video technology on board to improve data collection of their catch – albacore, yellowfin and bigeye – in the Western and Central Pacific. 

IPAM wins international award

The Institute of Public Administration & Management (IPAM) receives pioneer recognition award in the ICDL Asia annual forum in Singapore on Wednesday 2nd April 2014.

Landing craft undergo repair works

Washed ashore landing craft (LC) Ocean Grace is now at the Sasape International slipway in Tulagi, central province for overhaul and refitting.

ANZ donates $200k for relief work

ANZ has announced that it would donate SBD$200, 000 (approximately AUD$30,000) relief effort in the country.