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Child labour,trafficking is common in Pacific

Child labour,trafficking is common in Pacific

CHILD labour and trafficking is common in the Paci...

Forum on child labour and trafficking opens

Forum on child labour and trafficking opens

REPRESENTATIVES of government, non-government orga...

MPs pay tribute to Magga

MPs pay tribute to Magga

MEMBERS of Parliament on Tuesday paid respect to T...

Musical maestro returns for SICCI awards performance

Musical maestro returns for SICCI awards performance

The Solomon Islands Chamber of Commerce and Indust...

Big gathering for COM mothers underway

Big gathering for COM mothers underway

Anglican Church of Melanesia’s Mothers’ Union repr...

Temotu Pele MP Dies

Temotu Pele MP Dies

MEMBER of Parliament for Temotu Pele Martin Magga ...

Gov’t working on power cost and political stability: PM

Gov’t working on power cost and political stability: PM

PRIME Minister Gordon Darcy Lilo says the Governme...

PM says security isn’t a problem, St Barbara Company says it is

PM says security isn’t a problem, St Barbara Company says it is

Prime Minister Gordon Darcy Lilo says the Australi...

Judge shoots back at DPP

Judge shoots back at DPP

HIGH Court judge Stephen Pallaras QC says the Dire...

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Bear With One Another

The seventh of the ‘one another’ sayings of the New Testament for our thought fo...

News

FSII calls for responsibility over public facilities

1 DAY AGO

CONCERN Group Forum Solomon Islands International (FSII) has commended the Honiara City Council (HCC) for the reopening of the underpass tunnels.

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St Joseph’s Tenaru grand bazaar

1 DAY AGO

ST JOSEPH Catholic Secondary School will stage its annual grand bazaar tomorrow at the school’s playground.

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FFA regional op nets three vessels linked to illegal fishing

1 DAY AGO

FFA HQ, Honiara - Legal investigations are underway in Kiribati and Papua New Guinea with three vessels now potentially facing charges linked to illegal, unreported and unregulated (IUU) fishing.

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MSG chair launches MSG Trade Mission in NC

1 DAY AGO

Chair of the MSG and FLNKS Spokesperson, Victor Tutugoro and a senior member of the FLNKS Political Bureau Yvon Faua officially launched the First Trade Mission of the Melanesian Spearhead Group last week in Noumea, New Caledonia.

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Sports

Nadi keep hopes alive

4 DAYS AGO

Despite losing their first match, the Shop N Save Nadi team bounced back to win their second pool match on Sunday.

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Ba, Rewa must win

4 DAYS AGO

Fiji Sun:  The Gurjit Singh-coached Suva side and Lautoka lead Fiji premier soccer Pool A and have qualified for the semifinals of the 2014 Inkk Mobile Battle of the Giants at the ANZ Stadium.

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Viewpoint

Talasasa must take note of the concerns

8 DAYS AGO
Talasasa must take note of the concerns

Our Director of Public Prosecution (DPP), Ronald Bei Talasasa is a highly respected and experienced lawyer.

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The significance of Senator Kerry’s visit

17 DAYS AGO
The significance of Senator Kerry’s visit

ARCHBISHOP of Canterbury The Most Reverend Justin Welby left us on Tuesday.

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Truth about Gold Ridge needs to be told

4 DAYS AGO
Truth about Gold Ridge needs to be told

Dear Editor – I would like to contribute on the issue of Gold Ridge’s St Barbara Mining Company. Last week, a person wrote a private view column which I myself viewed as a piece that warrants proper investigation by the Ministry of Mines and more exposure.

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A fine example by an honest person

4 DAYS AGO

Dear Editor – I am touched by the honesty of a POB customer who gave back $12,000 to the bank which appeared in the Sunday Star yesterday.

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Bear With One Another

3 DAYS AGO

The seventh of the ‘one another’ sayings of the New Testament for our thought for this week is “Bear with one another” (Ephesians 4:2; Colossians 3:13; James 5:7-11).  Someone has perceptively pointed out that “the church is not an art gallery for exhibition of eminent saints, but a hospital for hel...

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Is it reasonable?

8 DAYS AGO
Is it reasonable?

TWO weeks from now the Ninth Parliament will be no more. A series of things will have happened.

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Features

Why can't women win? Impediments to female electoral success in Solomon Islands

1 DAY AGO

IN a newly published book and discussion paper at the Australian National University, Writer Terence Wood talked about why women always fail in elections in the Solomon Islands.

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Markets vendors end training

1 DAY AGO

A TRANSFORMATION Leadership and Communication training for Market Vendors in Auki ended Tuesdayat the Rarasu Restaurant.

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Bishop wants mothers engage in literacy programs

3 DAYS AGO
Bishop wants mothers engage in literacy programs

Archbishop of the Anglican Church of Melanesia the most Reverend David Vunagi encourages all mothers’ union members in the country to run literacy programs in their communities.

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What Mothers Union is

7 DAYS AGO

MANY may not be familiar with what is Mothers Union (MU) and what this Christian organisation is doing.

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Youth Market explodes with busting talents

8 DAYS AGO
Youth Market explodes with busting talents

YOUTH Market’s dance and song competition has opened the doors for exploding talents from Young people in and around Honiara.

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Solo Icon’s must-watch stages

10 DAYS AGO
Solo Icon’s must-watch stages

As the 2014 Solo Icon program slowly itched up to its climax, the show is getting tougher and interesting.

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Key Dates

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