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  • May

A senior labour officer Simon Suku was recently appointed as a commissioner for oaths in Solomon Islands.

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  • May

South Pacific Oil Ltd (SPO) is planning to establish a fuel depot in Noro, Western province in partnership with Soltuna and National Fisheries Development (NFD).

  • 29
  • May

Outspoken pastor and chief of Burns Creek in East Honiara appeals to community leaders to unite and do more to reduce criminal activities in their community.

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  • May

A former top government minister has accused the national government of not living up its word in the land accusation process.

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  • May

Minister of lands and housing Joseph Onika has thanked members of parliament (MP) for their positive contribution and support towards the 2014 amendment of the Lands and Titles Bill.

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  • May

The Bekabeka community high school (CHS) on Gatokae island, Marovo, Western province has a surprise visit from the Western provincial government executive late last week.

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  • May

Farmers engaging in reforestation activities in Baegu and Fataleka, Malaita province are showing lack of interest in forestry related training.

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  • May

Despite the goodwill and dedication of many of those involved, RAMSI ultimately did not help Solomon Islands to stand on its own two feet, writes DAN GAY in the Lowy Interpreter:

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  • May

MORE than 40 participants of reproductive health workers, teachers and non government organisations (NGOs) yesterday discussed new strategy for evacuation centres.

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  • May

Access to proper health services is a major concern in the rural communities, the transformational leadership and character education for peaceful co-existence training heard.

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  • May

Teamwork is a way forward to bring peace and unity in our nation, stated the women participants of the transnational leadership and character education for peaceful co-existence.

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  • May

FIFTY four schools throughout Malaita province will receive agriculture tools and materials funded for by the New Zealand Government.