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Deal for SINU’s three-story complex sealed

Deal for SINU’s three-story complex sealed

Solomon Islands National University (SINU), since ...

Polling peaceful in Auki

Polling peaceful in Auki

MALAITA’s Provincial capital Auki has witnessed a ...

NSC boss dies

NSC boss dies

The Solomon Islands National Sports Council (NSC) ...

Mua: Lets accept result

Mua: Lets accept result

Caretaker Lord Mayor of Honiara City Council (HCC)...

Court farewells Aussie judge

Court farewells Aussie judge

THE High Court last Friday farewelled Australian j...

‘Vote candidates who advocate for children’s right’

‘Vote candidates who advocate for children’s right’

Parents, teachers and community members were advis...

Rescue from bleeding! The first Blood Separator at Solomon Islands

Rescue from bleeding! The first Blood Separator at Solomon Islands

During the big dengue outbreak in March, 2013, Dr....

Sasako welcomes observer group

Sasako welcomes observer group

EAST Kwaio Constituency candidate, Alfred Sasako, ...

GP amends 1985 business licences fee

GP amends 1985 business licences fee

Guadalcanal Provincial (GP) Assembly has amended t...

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Melbourne Cup celebrated in style

Melbourne Cup celebrated in style

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

Viewpoint

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Campaigning in Honiara

Dear Editor – The gentleman who was campaigning in West Koloale the other night ...

Serve One Another, 3

Once again, I invite you to our continuing discussion on the ‘One Another’ sayin...

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News

Gizo/Kolombangara voters call for recount

2 DAYS AGO

SUPPORTERS of unsuccessful candidates for the Gizo/Kolombangara Constituency are calling for a recount of ballot boxes, alleging proper procedures and processes were not followed.

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Many shocked by Lilo’s election loss

2 DAYS AGO

MANY are still to come to terms with Thursday night’s election result upset which saw former caretaker Prime Minister, Gordon Darcy Lilo unseated by newcomer, Jimson Fiau Tanangada to become the new Member of Parliament for Gizo/Kolombangara Constituency.

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New women’s bank in top 50 ranking

4 DAYS AGO

THE NATIONAL - Papua New Guinea's first female micro bank has been ranked  one of the 50 leading women companies from the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC).

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Oversized Spanish tuna boats threaten Pacific food security

7 DAYS AGO

Food security in Pacific countries could be under threat if oversized tuna vessels such as the Spanish owned Albatun Tres and Albacora Uno are allowed to continue fishing at current rates, Greenpeace says.

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NEC wins Telekom contract

7 DAYS AGO

NEC Australia is set to deploy microwave radio technology in three of the largest provinces of the Solomon Islands to boost mobile and fixed line broadband capacity.

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Talks over Gold Ridge held

7 DAYS AGO

SENIOR representatives from Gold Ridge Mining Limited (GRML) had constructive discussions with senior representatives of the Solomon Islands Government and its advisors recently.

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Sports

Melbourne Cup celebrated in style

19 DAYS AGO
Melbourne Cup celebrated in style

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

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Kakamora ladies win

19 DAYS AGO

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

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Watpore proud of performances

19 DAYS AGO

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.

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Fiji teams ready to compete

19 DAYS AGO

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

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Viewpoint

Choosing leaders who walk the talk

2 MONTHS AGO

THANKS again to Transparency Solomon Islands (TSI).

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Maintaining law in Honiara

2 MONTHS AGO

ARE Honiara City Council law enforcement officers still serving the public interest?

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Campaigning in Honiara

12 DAYS AGO

Dear Editor – The gentleman who was campaigning in West Koloale the other night should get his facts straight before he starts to make noises.

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Personal characters of a good leader

1 MONTHS AGO

Dear Editor - I would like to also contribute along with vast majority of Solomon Islanders, who wants to see a leap forward in our nation’s development.

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Serve One Another, 3

13 DAYS AGO

Once again, I invite you to our continuing discussion on the ‘One Another’ sayings of the New Testament. This week we will look at the sixteenth of the ‘One Another’ sayings and that is to “Serve One Another” (Galatians 5:13).

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Serve One Another

20 DAYS AGO

Once again, I invite you to our continuing discussion on the ‘One Another’ sayings of the New Testament. This week we will look at the sixteenth of the ‘One Another’ sayings and that is to “Serve One Another” (Galatians 5:13).

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Features

Women to launch 16 Days of Activism here

2 DAYS AGO

THE global campaign dedicated to raising awareness and gaining wider support to end gender-based violence will be launched with a specific focus on ending domestic violence in the Solomon Islands.

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Voter behavior study underway

13 DAYS AGO

The Young Women Parliamentary Group (YWPG) is embarking on a project to find out voters’ behavior in the country when it comes to electing a women.

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Local theologian graduates with PhD

7 DAYS AGO
Local theologian graduates with PhD

Solomon Islands theological student Edward Kolohae graduated with a doctorate in theology at the Pacific Theological College (PTC) in Suva, Fiji, last Thursday.

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Dr. James Ere’ai ordained Deacon

12 DAYS AGO

The Holy Family at Kukum Parish had all the reasons to celebrate because Saturday Dr. James Ere’ai courageously and freely took another step towards priesthood in the Catholic Church.

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Youth market helps Luke sells products

7 DAYS AGO

Twenty-six-year old Luke Gegeu is a self-taught artist who hails from Malaita Province.

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EM choir launches first DVD

1 MONTHS AGO

Well-known gospel group EM Choir launched their first DVD album at Malaita provincial capital Auki, Friday.

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Key Dates

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