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  • 30
  • Jun

I CAN still remember, as a young boy living in Australia in the 1970s, reading about the world’s newest independent country.

  • 30
  • Jun

ON June 14 this year, the nation’s forestry industry regulator, Solomon Forest Association (SFA) issued a warning that illegal logging practices were “getting out of control”.

  • 29
  • Jun

VANIKIRO indigenous landowners were taken by surprise on Sunday 26th June when MP Freda Tuki and her co landed their machines to clear the land for her so-called township on the island.

  • 28
  • Jun

CAN Brexit go so far as to threaten an end to globalisation?

  • 28
  • Jun

Once again, welcome to our continuing discussion on the topic ‘Growing through Adversity’. This week, we will look at another aspect of adversity from God’s perspective. One of the big questions often asked by people, “Where is God when it hurts?” Our response to this question could either draw us closer or away from God. This leads us to ask another question, “If God loves us, why would he allow things to happen to our love ones, friends and our self?”

  • 27
  • Jun

No government will make the connection to the majority of its people unless it can make a difference in the rural areas.

  • 23
  • Jun

Solomon Island’s Parliamentary system is based on the Westminster democratic system of British. A system which requires people from respective constituencies to elect a representative to represent them at the parliament.

  • 23
  • Jun

Solomon Island’s Parliamentary system is based on the Westminster democratic system of British. A system which requires people from respective constituencies to elect a representative to represent them at the parliament.

  • 22
  • Jun

IN this week’s piece, which will be the first of two articles on the topic, expression of gratitude is conveyed to the current Chairman and board members of the Royal Solomon Islands Police Health and Welfare Scheme (RSIPHS), the ‘Scheme’, for succeeding another milestone.

  • 21
  • Jun

POINTING out that three tiny South Pacific nations – Kiribati, Tuvalu and Marshall islands – are “destined to slip below the waves altogether”, feisty Fijian Prime Minister Josaia Bainimarama has appealed to the international community to help Fiji and the other South Pacific island states build resilience to the impact of climatic change, which he described as the “terror of the extreme weather events”.

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