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Youth gathering for United Church ends

A week-long gathering for United Church youths successfully ended at Kokeqolo in Munda, Western Province on Sunday.

Women’s rights movement launch

A Women’s Rights Action Movement (WRAM)was launched on Wednesday to support the advancement of women and girls human rights in the Solomon Islands.

REP hands over new trucks to HCC

The Rapid Employment Project (REP) handed over two brand new trucks to the Honiara City Council (HCC) at the Hyundai compound at Ranadi on Thursday.

ANZ launches ‘Mega Campaign’ across the Pacific

ANZ on Thursday announced the launch of its “Pacific Mega Campaign: Rewarding Relationships with ANZ” in Fiji, Papua New Guinea, Samoa, Tonga, Cook Islands, Vanuatu, Timor Leste, Kiribati and Solomon Islands.

SSEC regional youth convention opens

East Guadalcanal South Sea Evangelist Church (SSEC) hosted a one week regional youth convention at Numbu village on Thursday in Honiara.

Marking of national examinations

The national examinations happened every year and marking of these papers is one of the important components of the process in which students’ selection into another level of their education is decided.

Sogavare is back in charge

MANASSEH Sogavare will lead the country again for the next four years.

AOG youth conference kicks off

THE third Assembly of God (AOG) National Youth Conference commenced yesterday with a parade in Honiara.

TARAWA,  (ADB): The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has approved a $3 million grant which is expected to improve fiscal sustainability in Kiribati in line with the government’s fiscal framework and Kiribati economic reform plan (KERP).

PNA unhappy with Japan

THE Parties to Nauru Agreement (PNA) and Tokelau's proposal on a skipjack tuna has been withdrawn from the Western and Central Pacific Fisheries Commission (WCPFC) as Japan has refused to agree to the measure.