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  • 07
  • Sep

The uncertain agenda of the Pacific Islands Forum

  • 05
  • Sep

Two events which took place last month (August) as reported in the media are in my  opinion should not be ignored by the National Government and stakeholders in education development and services in the country.

  • 28
  • Aug

Last week the Prime Minister, Hon Manasseh Sogavare, launched the Information Technology Society of Solomon Islands (ITSSI) when he said the establishment of ITSSI provided an excellent opportunity for the Solomon Islands Government to obtain its professional views on the draft National Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Policy.

  • 02
  • Aug

I invite you to this very important discussion over the next couple of weeks to look at the subject, “Justice for the Poor and Marginalised.” The Bible speaks loud and clear that involuntary poverty is an offense against the goodness of God. It is related in the Bible to powerlessness, for the poor cannot protect themselves. God’s call to rulers is to use their power to defend the poor, not to exploit them. The church must stand with God and the poor against injustice, suffer with them and call on politicians to fulfil their God-appointed role.

  • 28
  • Jul

AS a follow up of our article on the corrupt practices and conduct in logging industry, we here share some experiences of our clients.

  • 28
  • Jul

BY the time you are reading this commentary, Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare’s delegation would have been on its way home.

  • 27
  • Jul

Solomon Islander DR TRANSFORM AQORAU officially leaves Parties to the Nauru Agreement (PNA) this Sunday where he was chief executive officer (CEO) for the last five years. Below was his farewell statement made at the 11th Annual PNA Ministerial meeting on Kiritimati Island, Kiribati, Tuesday this week:

  • 27
  • Jul

I WONDER if the Honiara City Council still exists and functioning!

  • 27
  • Jul

THIS press release commentary is made to clarify to the readers of this paper and especially the clergies and people in the Anglican Church in the Diocese of Temotu on the matter queried by Elliot Dawea as “Archbishop Takeli’s unfulfilled promises” presented in the  Island Sun paper no.2346 on Wednesday 21st July 2016.

  • 26
  • Jul

WELCOME to our final discussion on this topic which we have looked at over the past few weeks.

  • 25
  • Jul

It is a widely accepted fact that ANY addiction is not a healthy state of being.

  • 19
  • Jul

Media writers have side tracked the focus of my intention towards National Healing, even so I still maintain my belief that these TRUTHS which my questions seek to know are permanent elements for true and lasting reconciliations.

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