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Women (369)

  • 19
  • Jan

Islands Business: Young people, particularly children, young women and people living with disabilities, have traditionally been marginalised in development processes and hurt by systemic and structural discrimination and inaction.

  • 20
  • Jan

WHEN Alexis Fretz was 30 years old and 19 weeks pregnant, she began to bleed.

  • 21
  • Jan

The MP for North Vella Lavella, Milner Tozaka has told a Regional Consultation Conference on human rights in Auckland, New Zealand that having women in Solomon Islands Parliament is a move in the right direction because violence against women could be wiped out.

  • 21
  • Jan

THE UN Women says it is looking forward to implement their new project on women’s political participation in close partnership with the Solomon Islands Electoral Commission office.

  • 22
  • Jan

A GROUP of Dorcas women paid a visit to Br George at San Isidro care centre, Aruligo, yesterday.

  • 23
  • Jan

REQUIRING only a small plot of land and little capital investment, the cut flower business could be a vibrant trade for women in the Gold Ridge community.

  • 25
  • Jan

STACY Kwanafia, 19, daughter of John Sam and Amalyn Kwanafia, Green Valley Honiara, has recently been called to serve a full time mission in the New Zealand Auckland Mission of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

  • 30
  • Jan

WOMEN are urged to work together if they are to contest in this year’s general elections.

  • 04
  • Feb

The Women of North Vella La Vella Constituency have recently opened their new office in Gizo.

  • 11
  • Feb

A total of forty - seven women intending candidates and women leaders from 8 provinces in the Solomon Islands are currently taking part in the Solomon Islands Mock Parliament for women at the National Parliament House in Honiara.

  • 11
  • Feb

The University of the South Pacific’s Alafua Campus Director Leatuaolevao Ruby Va’a was recently named Samoa's Educator of the Year.

  • 12
  • Feb

LOCAL women intending to contest the upcoming national general elections have been challenged to work together inorder to enter Parliament.