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  • 03
  • Nov

Dear Editor - I was driving down to town this morning (yesterday) when I heard submissions made by the office of DPP to the Bills & Legislation Committee live by SIBC.

  • 03
  • Nov

THIS has been an interesting week after last Saturday night’s crowning of the 2016 Miss Solomons Pageant.

  • 03
  • Nov

Dear Editor – “How best could energetic Solomon Islanders men and women, boys and girls on gender balance” address pressing national issues?

  • 03
  • Nov

Dear Editor – In officially opening the 18th South Pacific Nurses Forum and 7th South Pacific Chief Nursing and Midwifery Officers Alliance Meeting in Honiara this week, the Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare, highlighted the core constraints and ongoing challenges in the Solomon Islands health sector.

  • 01
  • Nov

Dear Editor – Knowing the simple rules governing (G) vehicles and reporting incidents seen to appropriate authorities is away forward in assisting to reduce corruption.

  • 01
  • Nov

Dear Editor – Goldridge Community Investment Limited (GCIL), partners of the Gold Ridge Mining Limited (GRML) hereby warns the public and interested investors about interfering with the reopening of Gold Ridge Mining Limited.

  • 01
  • Nov

Dear Editor – I extend my appreciation and thanks to Miss King Solomon Hotel, Camilla Grossmith, for donating ten 20kg bags of Solrice and $2,000 to the Gynaecology Ward at the National Referral (NRH).

  • 01
  • Nov

THE Honiara City Council’s decision to shut down the roadside market at White River in west Honiara has not gone down well with residents there.

  • 31
  • Oct

Dear Editor – Honiara city has changed landscape. Everyone would agree with me that this happened after most of the trees were cleared off.

  • 19
  • Sep

Articles published in Solomon Star on “University Education for SI “makes interesting reading.

  • 19
  • Sep

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