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Vanuatu gov’t and VNPF to invest in Fiji property

VANUATU DAILY POST: The Vanuatu government is collaborating with the Vanuatu National Provident Fund (VNPF) and a local property owner in Suva to build an apartment complex for regional students studying at the University of the South Pacific (USP) in Fiji.

Villagers plan to produce bio-fuel

The newly established coconut crushing mill in Mangakiki, West Guadalcanal will venture into bio fuel production soon.

Archbishop pays tribute to martyred Brotherhoods

The visiting Archbishop of Canterbury The Most Reverend Justin Welby yesterday paid tribute and respect to the graves of the seven martyred Melanesian Brothers during a visit to Brotherhood headquarter in Tambalia, North West Guadalcanal.

Melanesian Brotherhoods urged to be faithful

The visiting Archbishop of Canterbury The Most Reverend Justin Welby has challenged members of the Melanesian Brotherhood to be faithful in Christ because there is no better call than to be a disciple of Jesus Christ.

Do not slander one another

THIS is the fifth of the ‘One another” sayings in the New Testament, “Do Not Slander One Another” (James 4:11, 12).

Airline launches new state of the art customer-focused website

SOLOMON Airlines says it has become one of the first international carriers to employ the latest in online customer service web-based technology with the launch of its newly revamped website.

Mothers Union marks big day

Members of the Mothers Union in west Guadalcanal came together to celebrate and remember the founder of the Anglican Mothers Union around the world.

Crushing mill for West Guadalcanal

A new crashing mill for West Guadalcanal was launched over the weekend at Mangakiki village.

POB’s board meets, makes decision here

The Pan Oceanic Bank (POB) board of management normally meets in Solomon Islands with most of its decisions done here.

Investors taking risks to invest here

INVESTORS of the country’s newly established bank – Pan Oceanic Bank (POB) are taking risks to invest in Solomon Islands.