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45 percent of Tuvalu population displaced - PM

FUNAFUTI, (RNZI) - The Prime Minister of Tuvalu says nearly half of the population has been displaced by Cyclone Pam.

Fijian government plans for Vanuatu assistance

FIJI LIVE - The Fijian Government is on standby to accommodate requests for assistance from the Vanuatu Government, says Minister for National Disaster Management Inia Seruiratu.

RED CROSS - As Severe Tropical Cyclone Pam, Tropical Storm Bavi and Cyclone Nathan make their way across the Pacific, the Red Cross is working with both communities and local authorities to prepare for what could become an unprecedented relief response.

Catastrophe greets aid workers in Vanuatu

REUTERS - The first aid teams to reach Vanuatu reported widespread devastation on Sunday as authorities declared a state of emergency after a “monster” cyclone tore through the Pacific island nation.

Council clarifies licences

BUSINESS houses are reminded not to confuse with “promotion” and “selling” licences.

Youths celebrate talents, skills

NEWLY-FORMED formed reggae hip-hop band BUST20 launched their debut EP album on Saturday at the popular YOUTH MARKET event run by [email protected] at the Art Gallery.

Bmobile rolls out brand Vodafone

BMOBILE Vodafone continues to roll-out the brand Vodafone now a partner of bmobile in the Solomons.

Melanesian role for Indonesia in Pacific group

A PROPOSAL for the five Melanesian provinces of Indonesia to become a united member of the Melanesian Spearhead Group (MSG) is well advanced.

United close to reveal final team

Western United FC will soon reveal the final list of players that will represent the Solomon Islands in the Oceania Clubs’ Champions League.

Former athlete appointed as new patron

Solomon Islands Athletics Federation (SIAF) has a new patron; he is former national athletics sprinter Francis Manioru.