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AS the global community focuses its attention on partnerships at the Third International Conference on Small Island Developing States (SIDS), the Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC) took an ‘unconventional’ approach by acknowledging the role of the media as key development partners.

Key tourism messages highlighted at forum

Think differently – change the mind set  - educate the children – leave a legacy for our children we can be proud of  - just do it.

Church organises health forum

A FIVE-DAY community health development forum aimed at addressing health development plans of the South Seas Evangelical Church (SSEC) and it members is being held this week.

SINU students engaged with local farms

MINISTER for Agriculture, David Tome has highlighted that students of Solomon Islands National University (SINU) are currently engaging with various local cocoa and coconut farms as part of their practical assessments.

New bus service offers cheap fare

 A new bus service aimed at addressing the short bus route in Honiara will start serving the city this Sunday.

‘Push hard to enjoy trade’

The region has been urged to push hard to engage and enjoy the benefits of trade through PACER Plus (Pacific Agreement on Closer Economic Relations)if this deal comes into effect.

Partnership on sustainable energy highlighted at forum

SPC: Sustainable Energy is one of the six multi-stakeholder Partnership Dialogues being held during this week’s Third International Conference on Small Island Developing States (SIDS) in Samoa.

Pacific women to benefit from ITC project

Women in the pacific will be benefiting from the new “Economic Empowerment of Women in the Pacific” project that was launched in Samoa this week at the third UN-SIDS Conference.

Solomon Water emerges from the dark days, says general manager

SOLOMON Water is emerging from its dark days, cleared its huge debts, and now operating profitably.

Japan hands over water project

JAPAN on Wednesday handed over the $150 million water supply improvement project for Honiara and Auki to Solomon Water.