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Wesleyan leader returns from US seminar

A LOCAL reverend from the Wesley United Church in Vela La Vela in the Western Province has attended a two-week seminar in the United States of America last week.

Vanuatu to host regional trade negotiation

OCTA - Pacific Island Country trade officials will meet in Vanuatu to negotiate a new comprehensive regional trade agreement that will deepen economic links in the Pacific.

MSG senior official meeting discusses budget, work program

            The Chair of the Melanesian Spearhead Group (MSG) Senior Officials Meeting (SOM), Michael Forrest, Permanent Secretary of the FLNKS External Unit officially opened the two-day MSG Senior Officials Meeting which ended yesterday at the MSG Secretariat in Port Vila, Vanuatu.

Vanuatu gov’t seeks help to fix broadcasting issues

RNZI - The government in Vanuatu says it's looking for partners to help modernise the state broadcaster, and fix radio transmission problems to the outer-islands.

Political appointees must prove their worth: PM

The Prime Minister Hon Manasseh Sogavare has assured the National Council of Women (NCW) on Wednesday afternoon that political appointees must prove their worth under an annual performance contract when they are recruited if they are to retain their job.

Cruise boat expected today

HONIARA streets will today busy again with visitors as MV Caledonian Sky makes it to shore.

SPTO appoints new marketing officer

SPTO - The South Pacific Tourism Organisation (SPTO) has announced the appointment of Makelesi Muloilagi as its new Marketing Officer.

14 tourist boats scheduled to visit this year

FOURTEEN tourist boats are scheduled to visit the Solomon Islands this year according to organiser Dest Solo and Tours Managing Director Wilson Maelaua.

Body builders consider medal winners

THE Solomon Islands Body Building Federation (SIBBF) is considering of sending the team that have represented the Solomon Islands in the last year’s Body building championship held in Papua New Guinea for the upcoming Pacific Games.

U16 dream over

SOLOMON Islands national U-16 team hopes of reaching the FIFA U-17 World Cup in Chile this year ended yesterday after they went down 3-0 to Tahiti at Pago Park Stadium in American Samoa on Tuesday.