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PERMANENT secretary of the ministry of environment, climate change disaster management and meteorology has issued a tough call for a change of behaviour and attitude to address the problem of waste management.

Do not to litter the overhead pass

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Don Bosco students renovate classrooms in Ngalibiu

Students of Ngalimbiu primary school in North Guadalcanal can now enjoy a much more conducive environment to learn after carpentry students from Don Bosco Henderson helped to renovate part of the old classroom blocks recently.

Catholic schools’ teachers urged to act

Catholic teachers under the Archdiocese of Honiara have concluded their solidarity training at the Silesian Sisters, Don Bosco last Thursday.

ECE teachers awarded

About 12 Early Childhood Education (ECE) / kindergarten teachers from the Catholic Diocese of Gizo who were trained from 2012-2013 were awarded ECE Introductory Certificates.

Jehovah’s Witnesses convention this Friday

Jehovah’s Witnesses will begin their three-day convention at the Kukum Kingdom Hall this Friday.

Jehovah’s Witnesses invite all

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Theme questioned

A former supporter for the Malaita Outer Islands (MOI) has described the theme for Martin Kealoa’s campaign strategy as unrealistic.

Youth shows talent in making peace

Young people participating in this month’s youth market described peace and happy Isles in their unique dance moves.

Tourism office receives first acquittal report

Ministry of Culture and Tourism (MCT) yesterday received the first acquittal report from Kiriom Homestay in Bita’ama, Malaita province.