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GPPOL clarifies position on new management

GUADALCANAL Plains Palm Oil Limited (GPPOL) has clarified that it is and will always be an Incorporated Solomon Islands Company owned 80% by New Britain Palm Oil from PNG and 20% by the Guadalcanal Plains Resource Development Company.

Workshop on Family Protection Act

WOMEN’S Rights Action Movement (WRAM) in partnership with Vois Blong Mere Solomon islands will organise a one day workshop and forum on the Family Protection Act today.

Diet talks for women

A ONE session to encourage mothers to prepare a balance diet for their families each meal was conducted on Tuesday at Kobito South Seas Evangelical Church (SSEC) church, East Honiara.

Landowners urged to reopen Alite reef

The Malaita Provincial Tourism Office has urged Alite reef landowners in Langalanga Lagoon, to reopen the renowned Alite reef, near Auki.

Solomon Airlines jets on with achievements

Marking what he described as an eight month period of “progress and delivery” Solomon Airlines General Manager Operations and Commercial, Gus Kraus has handed down the airline’s report card at this week’s ‘Planning for SUCCESS – 2015’ national marketing meeting.

Melbourne Cup celebrated in style

HONIARA Golf Club came alive on Tuesday with the celebration of the Melbourne Cup.

Kakamora ladies win

REAL Kakamora ladies out-powered Western United yesterday in the 2014 women’s league competition with a two-nil victory.

Watpore proud of performances

OFC: New Zealand may have beaten Papua New Guinea to deny them a shot at the FIFA Women's World Cup next year, but for goalkeeper Fidelma Watpore the 2014 edition of the OFC Women's Nations Cup will live long in her memory.

Fiji teams ready to compete

Fiji Times - THE four district teams will spice up the Pacific Cup which starts in Sydney, Australia on November 26.

Learning how to maintain solar equipment

A THREE days training on how to maintain solar panels and their accessories was held in Taro, Choiseul Province.