Solomon Islands Regional News - Solomon Star News


PACER Plus 10th Inter-sessional meeting Postponed

The tenth round of the PACER Plus trade negotiations due to be held this week in Port Vila, Vanuatu has been postponed due to the damaging effects of Cyclone Pam, which slammed the country fortnight ago.

‘You train youth, you train the nation!’

The Don Bosco Rural Training Center at Tetere kicked off the celebration of the Bicentenary of the birth of St. John Bosco with sports last Thursday 19th of March.

Bemobile/Vodafone on air Kakabona

Bmobile/Vodafone on Friday launched the first of the 12 new 3G+ sites at Kakabona area in West Honiara.

Yow yet to receive strike notice

SOLOMON Islands Ports Authority (SIPA) Chief Executive Officer (CEO) is yet to receive the 28 days strike notice issued by the Workers Union of Solomon Islands (WUSI) and its SIPA members.

Price hike uproar: Department powerless to control rising cost of goods

SOLOMON Islanders are urged to play a leading role in the monitoring of prices and quality of goods.

New eye clinic set to open

THE regional eye care center built at the National Referral Hospital car park will open  later next month.

Bahai New Year celebration

The Honiara Baha’i Community will be celebrating the Baha’I New Year this weekend.

Media training for parishes proposed

Catholic Communication Solomons (CCS) last week held its first ever meeting to discuss the media education seminars which usually conducted in all parishes of Archdiocese of Honiara, Auki and Gizo dioceses.

[email protected] to launch new youth magazine

A MAGAZINE highlighting issues affecting local youths and to expose their talents will be released mid this year.

Bank commits A$100k for cyclone recovery in Vanuatu

Westpac has announced today it has committed A$100,000 (SBD$780, 000) to the Vanuatu Red Cross to support disaster-affected regions.