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HOPE FOR YOUTHS


THERE is still hope for our young unemployed youths as the Caretaker Prime Minister launched his government’s two key policy initiatives to address youth unemployment.

Saitala clarifies changes to nomination 


THERE is a new way of nomination in the upcoming National General Election for those who want to nominate candidates. 

First PLS recruited 


IN a major milestone for Solomon Islands, the first ever Pacific Labour Scheme (PLS) workers have been recruited. 

Ethno Solomon represented in NZ


ETHNO New Zealand wrapped up their 10 day camp with performances at the Auckland folk Festival in Kumeu, west of Auckland on Sunday 27th January 2019. 

Wale: We suffer from negligent govt


SOLOMON Islands Democratic Party (SIDP) Leader Mathew Wale says Solomon Islands is suffering the consequences of its negligent leadership.

Beche-de-mer harvest to cease, April

THE current harvest period for Beche-de-mer in Solomon Islands will be ceased at the end of April.

Australian naval ship visits here


A ROYAL Australian Navy Hydrographic Ship HMAS Melville is visiting Honiara for her crew to conduct outreach activities with the community and host a number of functions from 1 to 5 February. 

Hou: US grant will greatly assist SI


CARETAKER Prime Minister Rick Hou said the Millennium Challenge Corporation [MCC] threshold program will assist greatly towards the country’s development aspirations.

Uncollected rubbish irks residents


The piles of uncollected rubbish in the streets of Auki have become an eyesore and concern for the general public.

Gizo [email protected] start clean-up campaign


Youths engaged under the Gizo [email protected] branch are kicking off a two weeks community service work to tidy up Gizo town, commencing last Wednesday.

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