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Visitor assists Village Stay

AN Australian has offered to assist Sol Surf Kagata Village Stay in Kia, West Isabel province after spending his vacation there last December.

Suavanao expansion report in draft

The Civil Aviation Authority of the Solomon Island (CAASI) in the Ministry of Aviation and Communication (MAC), is finalising a draft report for the possible expansion of the Suavanao airport in Isabel Province.

Submit to one another

Once again, I would like to welcome you to our continuing discussion on the ‘One Another’ sayings in the New Testament.  This week we are looking at the fourteenth of the ‘One Another’ sayings in the New Testament “Submit to One Another” (Ephesians 5:21). Vance Havner says, “The church is not developing her recruits into disciplined soldiers. We are fighting the greatest battle of all time with the most untrained army on earth. If strict discipline is necessary in arts and athletics, how can we expect to be advanced Christians and stay in kindergarten?”

SPO opens new depot in Noro

South Pacific Oil (SPO) has established a new fuel depot on Noro, Western province.

Visitor arrivals to Fiji up

Fiji Times - Visitor arrivals in Fiji for August this year totalled 69,632, an increase of 5 per cent compared with the corresponding month last year.

National Seabed Minerals Management Board launched in Marshall Islands

SPC: The Government of the Republic of the Marshall Islands (RMI) formed an Interim National Seabed Minerals Management Board (INSMB) on 2 October 2014. The board members, consisting of a small team of government officers and non-governmental representatives, are tasked by Cabinet to develop national policy and law for the appropriate governance of the nation’s deep sea resources.

Six operators in Kia get assistance

West Isa Eco Tourism Association (WIETA) in Kia, Isabel province has approved six existing tourism operators who will receive tourism funds from the association.

More international artists expected here next year

Rebelle Inc management is eyeing another international artist early next year following their successive and successful shows of international artist.

Catholic bishops reveal joint pastoral plan

At a recent Mass, the bishops of Papua New Guinea and the Solomon Islands revealed a roadmap for pastoral planning to guide the transformation of their societies.

Village women learn about gender issues

Women of east Malaita learn about gender equality for the first time when a workshop on the issue was conducted last week at Fera’ambu Bible School.

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