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More locals graduate from APTC 

A TOTAL of 78 students studying under Australia Pacific Technical Coalition (APTC) have graduated on Wednesday during a ceremony in Honiara.

Importance of tourism in SI highlighted

THE Australian High Commission Counsellor for Economic Andrew Scholoeffel says tourism is a really an important sector to the development of Solomon Islands.

GVB workshop ends

A THREE-DAY Gender Based Violence (GVB)workshop that started on Monday ended on Wednesday in Honiara.

Kusika Catholic church marks 20th anniversary 

KUSIKA community in North West Guadalcanal successfully celebrated its 20th anniversary since the construction of a Catholic church in 1999.

Nauru Airlines stops Solomons flights

NAURU Airlines has announced it will stop flying to Pohnpei and Honiara at the end of the month.

DVD launch to support church

MIRACLE Singing Ministry of the Seventh Day Adventist (SDA) church will be hosting a public concert and DVD launching on Sunday 06 October 2019 at the Kukum SDA car park in Honiara.

Sogavare rules with ‘iron fist’, says Hou

MOST Caucus members who voted in support of the China switch did so because they were threatened by Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare.

Nieng clarifies reports on NHA

CHRISTIAN Nieng has confirmed the National Hosting Authority (NHA) is yet to have an Executive Director.

DSE condemns intimidation, threats to  NGO work here


Development Services Exchange (DSE) condemns any form of intimidation and threats to its non-government organisations (NGOs) members in response to their freedom to express their views on national issues for this country. 

UAE keen to support SI

MINISTER for Health and Medical Services Dickson Mua has met with the United Arab Emirates (UAE) Minister for State & International Cooperation Reem Bint Ibrahim Al Hashimi at the margins of UNGA, Wednesday.

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