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CURRENT struggles and difficulties Solomon Islanders face are a result of Government failures, Opposition leader Mathew Wale says.

Church launches evangelism program

THE Diocese of Hanuato’o in Makira Ulawa Province launched their Decade of Evangelism and Renewal Program at Pamua Community College on Sunday 21st of July, 2019.

Honey can be a major source of income here

BEE-KEEPING can be a major source of income for Solomon Islanders.

Central Market to open 7 days a week

The Mayor Wilson Mamae and the Executive of the Honiara City Council have passed a resolution to allow the Honiara Central market to open it’s services for 7 days a week.

The fight against Rhino beetle in Rennell rages on

The Ministry of Agriculture & Livestock, through their Biosecurity Solomon Islands (BSI) Department, assisted Rennell Islands last month to fight the threat of the Coconut Rhinoceros Beetle (CRB). 

SI set to host regional Pathfinder camporee 

Solomon Islands Mission (SIM) of the Seventh Day Adventist (SDA) church is set to host the Trans Pacific Union (TPU) regional Pathfinder camporee at the end of this year.

Replacement sought for East Makira MP

THE people of Santa Anna Island of East Makira Constituency in the Makira Ulawa Province tussle over who should be their candidate to replace their late Member of Parliament, Charles Maefia.

Improving support for female survivors of violence

Support for women and girl survivors of sexual and gender-based violence continues to improve as SAFENET Referral Network member numbers continue to increase. 

Two charged for attempted marijuana export to Kiribati

TWO persons have been arrested and charged for allegedly trying to export marijuana out of the country onto a flight to Kiribati recently.

Land for terminal expansion cleared

The two privately-owned land parcels at eastern end of the Henderson International Terminal in East Honiara which bogged expansion of a proposed new terminal and taxi runway project is now cleared.

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