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‘Review those laws’

Loopholes in Acts need tightening, says Hou

Regina’s path in film making and Activism

On International Women’s Day 2019, we are sharing stories of women doing inspiring work across the Pacific. Whether in the business world, advocacy, media or countless other sectors, their contributions highlight the transformative power of women in the region. REGINA LEPPING is a Filmmaker, Actor, Activist and Youth Empowerment and Engagement Specialist working for the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) under the UN’s Peace Building Fund. She is also the co-founder of the Say It Out Loud Film Festival. She spoke to World Bank Media: 

Varley confirms test result


Bintan: Salvage work underway in Rennell

THE operation to salvage the grounded MV Solomon Trader to safety is being boosted with the arrival of three more international specialists from the United Kingdom and United States over the weekend.

TSI: be fair on scholarships

TRANSPARENCY Solomon Islands (TSI) has called for greater transparency in the National Training Committee (NTC) and National Training Unit (NTU) when awarding scholarships.

NZ to support election

New Zealand (NZ) is preparing to assist Solomon Islands during the National General Election (NGE) on April 3.

SINU names new boss

SOLOMON Islands National University (SINU) on Monday announced its new –Chancellor.

Hou meets Taiwan’s deputy Foreign Minister

CARETAKER Prime Minister Rick Hou has met the visiting Deputy Foreign Minister of the Republic of China (ROC) Taiwan, Dr Su-Chen Hsu in Honiara, Monday.

Villagers reveal more to oil spill tragedy


Fair Trade yard caught fire


FAIR Trade Company Yard at Henderson was on fire yesterday afternoon, after a wild fire from the nearby bushes caught to a corner of its fence and razed four vehicles.

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