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EVERYONE knows the severity of the World War two here in the Solomon Islands, but little do we know of some amazing relics that were left behind.

A 360 TURN: Passengers evacuated from Discovery

THE fast craft serving the Honiara, Tulagi, Auki routes was forced to make a full turn but only after passengers were evacuated safely onboard another boat on Thursday.

MONUMENT VANDALISED

Skyline American war memorial vandalised

Satu says ball in Fiji's court over aviation rights

The Solomon Islands civil aviation authority says it is up to Fiji to resolve an impasse between the two countries over aviation rights by lifting its suspension.

TSI in Taro, Choiseul

Transparency Solomon Islands (TSI) has successfully conducted a series of workshop in Taro, Choiseul province this week with public officials, community leaders, churches, women’s groups and youths.

First official anniversary celebration in NZ

The first official Solomon Islands national day celebrations to be staged in New Zealand will take place tomorrow in Wellington, New Zealand, marking the 36th Independence anniversary of Solomon Islands.

Need to emphasis literacy in schools

A local literacy trainer has encouraged teachers to strengthen literacy learning in their schools to allow students to write and speak English well.

The Australian frigate, HMAS Parramatta departed Honiara on Monday 14 July 2014 after spending three days in port.

Chief concern over dressing codes

One of the concern chiefs of east Kwara’ae, Malaita province has raised concern over disrespectful dressing codes put on by young girls in east Kwara’ae recently.

Registration of political parties starting soon

The registration of political parties which will contest Solomon Islands 2014 General Elections later this year will begin in July.

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