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  • 09
  • Apr

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  • 09
  • Apr

THE office of the market master plans to provide scales to fish vendors at the Honiara central market to avoid vendors robbing customers by adjusting their scales.

  • 09
  • Apr

Plans are underway to improve the standard of Honiara central market.

  • 07
  • Apr

RNZI - The leader of the United Nations Disaster Assessment Co-ordination team in Vanuatu says authorities are now moving into a second phase of assessment for the country's long-term recovery after cyclone Pam.

  • 07
  • Apr

POST COURIER - Papua New Guinea's National Fisheries Authority (NFA) has been receiving a lot of good response from corporate agencies and partners in the industry to sponsor the upcoming Pacific Tuna Forum to be held in Fiji.

  • 06
  • Apr

Mum struck with timber, left paralysed

  • 06
  • Apr

GREEN Tourism Solomon Islands Ltd (GTSIL) has kicked off a five days high impact tourism training programme for small and medium tourism operators this week in Taro, Choiseul Province.

  • 06
  • Apr

Permanent Secretary (PS) for Ministry of Commerce, Industries, Labour and Immigration (MCILI) Hence Vaekesa has told the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) meeting last week that his Ministry is currently working on three major projects.

  • 06
  • Apr

The Commissioner of Labour (COL) Josiah Manehia assures the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) that his division will work on establishing an employment data, to identify number of people formally employed in the country.

  • 06
  • Apr

A concerned man from Temotu Province is calling for the Democratic Coalition for Change (DCC) government to prioritize trade between Temotu and Vanuatu as part of its effort to boost economic development in the rural areas.

  • 06
  • Apr

Member of Parliament (MP) for Central Makira Nestor Ghiro has raised the alarm on the long persisting minimum wage rate during the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) hearing into the 2015 budget for the Ministry of Commerce, Industries, Labour & Immigration (MCILI).

  • 06
  • Apr

Families who have lost their loved ones during the April flash flood in Honiara last year organised a commemoration service last Sunday to remember those who were died.