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MMF still not convinced with NPF explanations

Malaita Ma’asina Forum (MMF) says explanations made by the Solomon Islands National Provident Fund (SINPF) regarding its two investments, the 360 Discovery and Tavanipupu island resort are not convincing enough.

SIWIBA plans more training

SOLOMON Islands Women in Business Association (SIWIBA) is planning more training for its members this year.

7th Mere's market

THE seventh mere market opened at the national art gallery last Wednesday providing an avenue for women to participate in economic activities.

Mt Horeb Church visitors’ day

Visitors’ day is an occasion when thousands of Seventh Day Adventists (SDA) churches invites their weak members or backsliders and non-Adventist members within their communities to be encouraged and enriched and to share God’s word to enrich or strengthen church members within communities they are located.

Japan approves seaport project

The government of Japan has given its approval for the multi-million Honiara sea port project that will commence soon.

On Friday 16 May I had the privilege of attending the final program of a training workshop, facilitated by the Ministry of National Unity, Reconciliation and Peace. The workshop’s aim was to create a culture of just peace in East, Central and West Honiara Constituencies.

Donated money

Dear Editor - Please allow me a space in your paper to voice my concern about the millions of dollars donated from the outside.

Flooding fear: Villagers flee to higher ground following floods

THERE is fear of flash flooding circulating amongst riverside settlers along the Fiu and Kwaiafa Rivers, as continuous heavy rain caused both rivers to flood substantially as of Tuesday.

Logger granted logging licenses

Temotu provincial government has now finally issues a business and export licences to Jaya Berjaya logging company.

Kilufi water problem resolved

EFFICIENT water supply has successfully been restored at Kilufi hospital after weeks of water shortages.