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Women (381)

  • 20
  • Jan

Through the daily vending in Gizo town - Western province’s capital, Arena Patovaki and her friends are able to make ends meet by promoting local foods.

  • 09
  • Jan

ONE of the great achievements for the Guadalcanal Province Women’s Development Division is the approval for the Temporary Special Measures (TSM) to allow women seats in the provincial assembly in the next government.

  • 19
  • Dec


Women working and living in and around Guadalcanal Plantation Palm Oil Limited (GIPPOL) 3 in North East Guadalcanal now have a proper market house to sell their local products and cooked food.

  • 10
  • Nov

Women face serious risks in pursuing income because of restrictive gender norms, according to a report released today by Oxfam and the Australian Government initiative Strongim Bisnis.

  • 23
  • Oct

MEMBERS of the Honiara District (HONDIS) Dorcas Federation have congratulated the newly appointed Minister of Women, Youth and Children Affairs Lanelle Tanangada.

  • 03
  • Oct


TWO powerful landowners and representatives of two different tribes in the Russell Islands want to see the government reinvest in their islands.

  • 08
  • Aug


Twenty women representing seven companies in the country are undertaking a leadership and management course this week through the Waka Mere Commitment to Action.

  • 12
  • Jul


THE government needs to redirect much needed economic development activities to rural centres in Solomon Islands, says a Malaitan woman Maria Teikui.

  • 25
  • Jun

More than 30 women from Koela village in South Savo have successfully completed a two days training on Financial Literacy, last week.

  • 25
  • Jun

Barbara Irene Tatahu has made a big catch in her education journey after graduating with two degrees from the University of Goroka (UOG) this year.

  • 20
  • Jun


A final year journalism student studying at USP, Laucala Campus in Suva, Fiji, has received an award to participate in a three week media internship program in Auckland New Zealand.

  • 19
  • Jun

ABOUT 50 enthusiastic women across the eight provinces who met as strangers but now leave the Capital more enthused and empowered to participate as candidates in any general election following the fourth Practice Parliament for Women.

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