Solomon Islands Development Trust (SIDT) has come a long way - 30 years on now since its inception in 6th May 1982.
IT cost tax payers $44 million last year just to produce new coins for the country.
The country this week received good news with funding assistance from two of our donor partners.
IT seems like a never ending problem facing the country like elsewhere around the region and world.
IT is becoming a concern in the city with the increasing incident of students being ill as result of suspected food poisoning.
LATE last week the country was disturbed to learn that an inter-island was missing after it failed to reach its destination.
Honiara is buzzing with excitement as national soccer teams from seven regional countries started arriving in the country for the much awaited Oceania Nations Cup.
ITS startling and disappointing to learn that Solomon Islands has one of the highest rates in the world in terms of youths taking up smoking at an early age.
WHAT a joyous celebrations it was in Honiara, country and the region yesterday.
AFTER ten days of soccer action at the Lawson Tama Stadium in Honiara the Oceania Nations Cup competition has finally come to an end.
We are just less than 17 days or less than three weeks before the 11th Festival of Pacific Arts kicks off in Honiara come - July 1st.
TODAY is World Blood donor day.
Good work FSII
Support for Bonitos preparation
Final week, final touches lets get ready for the show
The festival fever heats up-lets get ready