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  • 27
  • Jun

GOVERNMENT’S seriousness into kick starting the gateway project initiated by local tourism training company, Solomon Host, and Brisbane based video production firm, Torn Parachute, was sealed this week.

  • 27
  • Jun

LAST year, Noro town Lagoon Christmas eve has raised more than five thousand dollars.

  • 27
  • Jun

A NEW magazine to promote government activities was launched in Honiara, Wednesday.

  • 27
  • Jun

PAPANGU Community in east Guadalcanal plains has commended the Kastom Gaden Association KGA) for providing them basic agriculture training.

  • 27
  • Jun

GUADALCANAL plains farmers have been warned against using chemicals in their food gardens.

  • 26
  • Jun

FLOOD victims occupying the FOPA and Rove evacuation centres have until tomorrow to vacate the centres, director of National Disaster Management Office, Loti Yates said.

  • 26
  • Jun

Victims of the April floods are questioning the government over the millions of dollars donors have given in aid disaster relief.

  • 26
  • Jun

CENTRAL Islands Province will mark their provincial second appointed day in Tulagi, Monday next week.

  • 26
  • Jun

HONIARA City Council has been a key supporter of the newly launched Eco-School 3Rs Project.

  • 26
  • Jun

AT least 24 Melanesian Arts Festival participants were thrown off their Air Niugini flight to Port Moresby yesterday, reportedly to make way for a last-minute delegation headed by Prime Minister, Gordon Darcy Lilo.

  • 26
  • Jun

SOLOMON Islands students studying in Papua New Guinea and Vanuatu institutions are urging the National Government through the Ministry of Finance to quickly release their allowances.

  • 26
  • Jun

NINE schools in Honiara will be taking part in the eco-school 3Rs project that was launched in Honiara yesterday.