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New commissioner visits Auki

THE new police commissioner Frank Prendergast paid his first visit toAuki, Malaita province yesterday after taking up the new post.

Nafinua records measles cases

NAFINUA clinic in east Kwara’ae, Malaita province has recorded 7 measles cases so far.

Safe spaces help kids recover from flash flooding

Solomon Islands children, parents and teachers have benefited from World Vision’s Child Friendly Spaces (CFS) program established following flash flooding in Honiara and Guadalcanal plains on April 3.

‘Use your royalty payments wisely’

The Ministry of Finance and Treasury is currently processing the much awaited Gold Ridge royalty payment.

Local women empowered through Women Friendly Spaces

The Women Friendly Spaces (WFS) program set up by World Vision Solomon Islands (WVSI) following the April 3 floods is providing an opportunity for elder women in Guadalcanal Plains to transfer indigenous skills and knowledge to younger women and is a place where new friendships are formed.

Hatate to get $3m in shipping grant

Hatate Development Company from North West Choiseul this morning will receive $3millionin shipping grant from their outgoing Member of Parliament (MP) Connelly Sandakabatu.

Tourism impacts here

TOURISTS are spending more during their visits into the country last year and early part of this year compared to the previous years.

Survey: Most tourists love to engage in cultural events

About ninety percent (90%) of tourists that arrive in Solomon Islands are more interested and involved in cultural activities.

Dr Mataki: Change of behaviour and attitude vital for waste management

PERMANENT secretary of the ministry of environment, climate change disaster management and meteorology has issued a tough call for a change of behaviour and attitude to address the problem of waste management.

Do not to litter the overhead pass

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