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  • 29
  • May

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

  • 29
  • 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:

  • 29
  • May

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

  • 29
  • 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.

  • 29
  • 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.

  • 29
  • May

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

  • 29
  • May

Every year, tobacco kills nearly six million people. It remains the largest preventable cause of death on the planet.

  • 29
  • May

A basic lSupport training course was conducted by the Wellington Free Ambulance Service which visited Gizo hospital recently.

  • 29
  • May

POLICE have yesterday arrested and charged one of the prime suspects and instigators which led to the rioting and looting fortnight ago.

  • 28
  • May

THE controversial Political Parties Integrity Bill was finally passed, but with some tension in the chamber.

  • 28
  • May

RENNELL island is a step closer to hosting its first ever mining project after four tribal landowning groups signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with an Indonesian mining company Bintang Borneo last week.

  • 28
  • May

PAPUA New Guinea (PNG) high commission in Honiara on Monday farewelled its first secretary Joyce Bundu.