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Tikopia gets relief assistance from MP

Tikopia gets relief assistance from MP

PEOPLE living on the island of Tikopia in Temotu p...

An excursion on board the airbus

An excursion on board the airbus

MORE than fifty (50) students from Lunga Early Chi...

Graduating doctors arrive

Graduating doctors arrive

SEVENTEEN medical doctors who recently graduated f...

Ten steps for successful land reform

Ten steps for successful land reform

Researcher and lawyer from Australian National Uni...

Ministers unhappy

Ministers unhappy

They were not consulted about reshuffling

Orange Day marked here

Orange Day marked here

FAMILY Support Centre (FSC) marked the United Nati...

Ramohia acknowledges peace work

Ramohia acknowledges peace work

Malaita Provincial Premier Peter Chanel Ramohia ha...

Positive start for Kingz and Saints FC

Positive start for Kingz and Saints FC

THE two local renowned futsal clubs currently part...

Shop owner faces legal action

Shop owner faces legal action

THE Environmental Health Division of Honiara City ...

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News

SETTING

Boso ruling Sept 4

THE fate of the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Rural Development, Selina...

Viewpoint

SETTING

Who is behind Alfred Sasako?

Dear Editor - Please allow space in your paper on our fact finding mission on thi...

Features

SETTING

News

Boso ruling Sept 4

20 HOURS AGO

THE fate of the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Rural Development, Selina Boso will be known on September 4.

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Council plans massive job cut

20 HOURS AGO

HONIARA City Council is set to undertake a mass redundancy exercise that will see many of its workers lose their jobs.

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Tough progress on MSG trade in services talks

4 DAYS AGO

NADI, (MSG SECRETARIAT) - Ground breaking negotiations on Trade in Services, a new chapter to be included in the soon to be upgraded MSG Trade Agreement, has achieved mixed progress in Nadi, Fiji.

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Fiji largest trader in MSG followed by Solomons

5 DAYS AGO

NADI, (FIJI TV) - Fiji is the largest trading partner in the Melanesian Spearhead Group (MSG).

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NTF in ‘Building Back Better’

4 DAYS AGO
NTF in ‘Building Back Better’

Contractors engaged by the Ministry of Infrastructure Development (MID) are still working hard to protect roads damaged in the April 2014 Honiara flood disaster.

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Tourism industry holds AGM

4 DAYS AGO

Solomon Islands Tourism Industry Association (SITIA) on Wednesday successfully conducted their annual general meeting (AGM) at Mendana Hotel.

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Sports

Our futsal teams into semis

4 DAYS AGO

Paramartyr Kingz and Saints FC have has booked their semi-final spots of the second edition of Wantok Futsal Challenge currently took place in Vanuatu.

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Farmset supports Ministry

4 DAYS AGO

FARMSET Limited has donated 12 pairs of soccer shoes and $7,200 cash to the Ministry of Rural Development on Wednesday at the Farmset office at Ranadi, East Honiara.

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Pukpuks blitz, PNG in six try romp over American Samoa

4 DAYS AGO

PORT MORESBY, (POST COURIER) - The Monier Papua New Guinea Pukpuks are in the box seat to claim the 2015 Oceania Rugby Cup.

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For Pacific athletes, getting to worlds is what matters most

4 DAYS AGO

BEIJING, (AP) - Sprinter Beouch Ngirchongor wakes up every morning at 5 a.m. to train for an hour before going to his job as a carpenter in the Northern Mariana Islands. 

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Viewpoint

Shadows of doubt over Skyline Investment

5 DAYS AGO
Shadows of doubt over Skyline Investment

NEW information has emerged, casting doubts over the credibility and genuineness of Skyline Investment Group Company Ltd.

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Growing public distrust of gov’t

25 DAYS AGO
Growing public distrust of gov’t

PUBLIC dissatisfaction with certain decisions of the Sogavare government is growing by the day.

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Who is behind Alfred Sasako?

4 DAYS AGO

Dear Editor - Please allow space in your paper on our fact finding mission on this so called veteran journalist who has been obviously written against Asia Pacific Investment Development (APID) on a number of occasions in his investigative writings.

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West Rennell task force

4 DAYS AGO

Dear Editor – Allow me space to respond to A. Jones regarding the above article, in Star Issue No.5952 on Thursday 20/08/15.

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Climate Change: A challenge for all of us

4 DAYS AGO
Climate Change: A challenge for all of us

LAST week I was in Canberra for a meeting of all Australian High Commissioners and Ambassadors from around the Pacific.

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Alleged scam: a blessing in disguise

4 DAYS AGO
Alleged scam: a blessing in disguise

THIS week appears to be setting the stage for a showdown when Parliament meets next month.

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Features

Tanagai to host next Catholic women’s gathering

6 DAYS AGO

Tanagai parish West of Honiara has been given the nod to be the next host of the Catholic women’s gathering in 2018.

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Sick patients get help

6 DAYS AGO

Sick patients of Tangarare mini Hospital were glad to receive goods from the Catholic women of Kukum Parish in the Archdioceses of Honiara last weekend.

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Vata parish celebrates St. Bartholomew day

7 DAYS AGO

VATA Community Parish, North West Guadalcanal has celebrated the Saint Bartholomew day with children receiving Holy Communion, baptism, and a community feast on Monday.

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New Anglican priest ordained

9 DAYS AGO

THE St Michael Church of Melanesia at Marasa inland West Guadalcanal has ordained its new priest.

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Anthony B cancels tour here

4 DAYS AGO

THE HERITAGE Park Hotel wishes to inform the good public on behalf of artist ANTHONY B that due to some major responsibilities he will not be touring Solomon Islands this weekend Saturday 29th and Sunday 30th.

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Michael Learns to Rock in PNG for anniversary

9 DAYS AGO

World renowned music group Michael Learns to Rock will perform live in concert during the 40th anniversary celebrations on September 16, at the Sir John Guise Stadium.

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Key Dates

9June - 2014
Temotu  Provincial Day
13June - 2014
Holiday Queen’s Birthday