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Gov’t told to focus on job creation

A local prominent businessman says the national government should put its focus on creating job opportunities.

Temotu to purse trade links with Vanuatu

Temotu Province will continue to pursue the proposed trade link with Vanuatu.

Women advised to raise gender equality issues

Participants of a gender equality forum in Honiara were told to share information and build coalition to advocate and raise awareness of gender equality issues.

Youths mark church anniversary

About a thousand youths of the Seventh Day Adventist (SDA) church from Guadalcanal and Honiara converged at Malamala village, south Guadalcanal to celebrate a youth centenary.

Cyclone 370km northwest of New Caledonia, flooding in Samoa

RNZI: A category 1 tropical cyclone has developed about 370 kilometres northwest of New Caledonia but is not expected to reach land.

NZ Air Force flies first patrol in Fiji since 2006

RNZI: A Royal New Zealand Air Force Orion today patrolled Fiji's exclusive economic zone (EEZ) for the first time since defence ties were suspended in 2006.

Women’s group formed in Gao Bugotu

THE re-elected Member of Parliament for Gao Bugotu constituency, Samuel Manetoali has started to implement some of his plans for the constituency.

[email protected] – Prep in progress

2015 sees the [email protected] program starting off full speed, with the first week beginning with registrations for the next phase of interns for the program, phase 6, with an orientation program, Thursday.

Moves to resolve RIPEL saga

THE Sogavare led government has taken a diplomatic approach to re-solve the long drawn industrial dispute of Russell Islands Plantation Estate Limited (RIPEL) at Yandina.

Human Rights, critical building block for good governance

Pacific Parliamentarians from 11 Pacific Island countries were reminded today that embracing the principles of human rights such as transparency, accountability, non-discrimination and participation into parliamentary systems will promote good governance and result in improved development outcomes for the region.