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Tozaka: Women MPs could wipe out violence against women

The MP for North Vella Lavella, Milner Tozaka has told a Regional Consultation Conference on human rights in Auckland, New Zealand that having women in Solomon Islands Parliament is a move in the right direction because violence against women could be wiped out.

UN Women vows support to electoral office

THE UN Women says it is looking forward to implement their new project on women’s political participation in close partnership with the Solomon Islands Electoral Commission office.

Women visit Br George

A GROUP of Dorcas women paid a visit to Br George at San Isidro care centre, Aruligo, yesterday.

Budding business idea inspires Gold Ridge women

REQUIRING only a small plot of land and little capital investment, the cut flower business could be a vibrant trade for women in the Gold Ridge community.

Young woman to serve in NZ

STACY Kwanafia, 19, daughter of John Sam and Amalyn Kwanafia, Green Valley Honiara, has recently been called to serve a full time mission in the New Zealand Auckland Mission of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Be united, women told

WOMEN are urged to work together if they are to contest in this year’s general elections.

North Vella La Vella womens association opens new office

The Women of North Vella La Vella Constituency have recently opened their new office in Gizo.

Mock women’s parliament gathers forty

A total of forty - seven women intending candidates and women leaders from 8 provinces in the Solomon Islands are currently taking part in the Solomon Islands Mock Parliament for women at the National Parliament House in Honiara.

USP’s Alafua campus director named Samoa’s Educator of the Year

The University of the South Pacific’s Alafua Campus Director Leatuaolevao Ruby Va’a was recently named Samoa's Educator of the Year.

Women urged to work together

LOCAL women intending to contest the upcoming national general elections have been challenged to work together inorder to enter Parliament.