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Church Care Centre receives help

The Anglican Church of Melanesia run Care Centre on the eastern outskirts of Honiara has received more than 600-Australian dollars to help it to continue running its services for displaced mothers and children.

Dala women elects new executive

The Women of Dala Parish Zone 3, from the villages of Dala South, Mana'ara and Susulangi has a new Women's Executive Committee.

Coconut continues to entice economy

Coconut is Solomon Islands green gold and the tree of life, says the Chairman of the Virgin Coconut Oil Producers Association, David Rosalio.

Crab supply continues beyond expected season

LAND CRAB supply at the main market continues at the steady pace despite the off season.

MP urges gov’t to boost farmers

The newly elected Solomon Islands Member of Parliament for West Makira, Derek Manuari is calling on the government to develop his constituency.

SIVB CEO welcomes PM’s stance on tourism

THE Solomon Islands Visitors Bureau chief executive officer Josefa ‘Jo’ Tuamoto has “warmly welcomed” Prime Minister Manassah Sogavare’s pledge to prioritise the country’s tourism industry  

MSG secretariat congratulates SI, Fiji

The Director General of the Melanesian Spearhead Group (MSG) Secretariat, Mr Peter Forau has congratulated the Governments of Fiji and Solomon Islands for amicably agreeing to lift the suspension of flights between both countries.

China christens LNG vessel ‘MV Papua’

POST COURIER - The liquefied natural gas carrier that was custom-built for the PNG LNG Project has been official christened as MV Papua at the Hudong-Zhongua shipbuilding yard in Shanghai, China.

U.S recovery operations to continue in PNG

POST COURIER -The United States remains committed to achieving the fullest possible accounting of Americans lost during the Second World War in Papua New Guinea

Council to reinforce seven metres bylaw

Business and property owners within the city are expected to live up to the re-introduced seven metres bylaw to be re-enforced by the Honiara City Council soon.