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Bachelor of teaching Primary- (SINU-SOEH)

Dear Editor - I'd like to say something about the bachelor of teaching primary under- School of Education and Humanities Science (SOEH).

Fiji-Solomons air dispute

Dear Editor - This serious issue is receiving very little reporting in any medium and many questions need addressing.

Pragmatism and politics at work in Solomons

It appears that the Hon Sogavare has become more forgiving and forgetting, based on Radio New Zealand International reports about the appointment of another Australian as Commissioner of the Royal Solomon Islands Police after the debacle of the expulsion of the last Australian Police Commissioner, Shane Castle.   

Women empowered with piggery, poultry knowledge

About 40 members of the Solomon Islands Women in Business Association (SIWIBA) has successfully completed a one-week workshop on Piggery and Poultry training at the Dioceses of Guadalcanal Conference Room at All Saints Compound last week.

Solo Icon’s must-watch stages

As the 2014 Solo Icon program slowly itched up to its climax, the show is getting tougher and interesting.

Election for COM Mothers Union diocese leaders next week

CHURCH of Melanesia’s new mothers union diocese leaders will be elected next week during their conference to be held at Saint Barnabas cathedral in Honiara.

Plans to engage long-line in VDS

LONGLINE fishing vessels will be the next issue Parties to the Nauru Agreement (PNA) will be targeting to engage in the vessel day scheme (VDS) to generate more revenue for member nations as well as control tuna harvesting in the region.

SI part of $6million dugong conservation project

SPREP - Vanuatu and the Solomon Islands are part of a USD 6 million dollar project spanning five years, to conserve dugongs and sea-grass across the Indian and Pacific Ocean basins.

Garo blames St Barbra for Gold Ridge mess

Minister of Mines, Energy and Rural Electrification Moses Garu has called on St. Barbara Company to be more responsible.

Forum to identify issues on child labour here

The global number of children in child labour has declined by one third since 2000, from 246 million to 168 million children and more than half of them, 85 million, are in hazardous work.