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Last updateSat, 31 Jan 2015 3pm

Work on big wharf project sets to start

Work on big wharf project sets to start

CONSTRUCTION work on the Japanese Government funde...

It's now formal: International sea port ground breaking today

It's now formal: International sea port ground breaking today

A ground breaking ceremony to formalise the commen...

PM lauds Aust for assistance

PM lauds Aust for assistance

PRIME Minister Manasseh Sogavare has lauded Austra...

DCC to improve fisheries management

DCC to improve fisheries management

Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare said his Democrat...

Police Arrest Mbike suspect

Police Arrest Mbike suspect

Investigation into island shooting continues

Chinese Association assures PM of cooperation

Chinese Association assures PM of cooperation

The Solomon Islands Chinese Association has assure...

‘North Malaita road needs urgent repair’

‘North Malaita road needs urgent repair’

TRANSPORT service providers in North Malaita and f...

PM: We’ll reveal the names when they are formalised

PM: We’ll reveal the names when they are formalised

PRIME Minister Manasseh Sogavare has described the...

Political appointees must prove their worth: PM

Political appointees must prove their worth: PM

The Prime Minister Hon Manasseh Sogavare has assur...

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Solo sum up with huge win

SOLOMON Islands national U-16 team concluded their competition at the OFC U-17 C...

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Yes, it would be too early!

THE opposition leader Jeremiah Manele has said the right thing yesterday that a ...

Don’t forget the disabled

DEAR EDITOR – I am elated as any Solomon Islander with the onset and formation o...

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DPP Lawyers leaving office

17 HOURS AGO
DPP Lawyers leaving office

I’m concern at the trend, says Talasasa

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Rape trial vacated, costly to gov’t

17 HOURS AGO

A RAPE trial that was supposed to proceed on Monday next week in the High Court has been vacated and referred back to Criminal Listing Committee to fix a new date.

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Cyclone 370km northwest of New Caledonia, flooding in Samoa

17 HOURS AGO

RNZI: A category 1 tropical cyclone has developed about 370 kilometres northwest of New Caledonia but is not expected to reach land.

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NZ Air Force flies first patrol in Fiji since 2006

17 HOURS AGO

RNZI: A Royal New Zealand Air Force Orion today patrolled Fiji's exclusive economic zone (EEZ) for the first time since defence ties were suspended in 2006.

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Moves to resolve RIPEL saga

1 DAY AGO

THE Sogavare led government has taken a diplomatic approach to re-solve the long drawn industrial dispute of Russell Islands Plantation Estate Limited (RIPEL) at Yandina.

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Mobile firm supports students

1 DAY AGO

BEMOBILE/Vodafone is offering specials in 3G handsets and tablets as part of the Back to School Program.

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Sports

Solo sum up with huge win

8 DAYS AGO

SOLOMON Islands national U-16 team concluded their competition at the OFC U-17 Championship with an overwhelming result, 13-0 against the American Samoa on Thursday.

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NOCSI reveals funding

8 DAYS AGO

THE National Olympic Committee of Solomon Islands (NOCSI) reveals that its annual funding it received from the Oceania Olympic Committee is US$85,000 which is equivalent to SBD$648,000.

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Basketball boosts management capacity in Oceania

8 DAYS AGO

The Federation of International Basketball Associations (FIBA) in Oceania in partnership with the Oceania Sports Education Program (OSEP) is enhancing the management and administrative capacity of selected Basketball Federations in the Oceania Region through a Management in Sports Organization (MiSO...

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Narrow win gives NZ advantage

10 DAYS AGO
Narrow win gives NZ advantage

New Zealand notched up their fourth win at the OFC U-17 Championship today but it wasn’t an easy one as New Caledonia pushed them to the limits in their thrilling 5-4 victory.

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Yes, it would be too early!

18 DAYS AGO

THE opposition leader Jeremiah Manele has said the right thing yesterday that a motion of no confidence in the DCC government would be too early.

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Thanks, thanks, and thanks!

1 MONTHS AGO

WE’VE come to the end of another year.

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Don’t forget the disabled

23 DAYS AGO

DEAR EDITOR – I am elated as any Solomon Islander with the onset and formation of a new government under the leadership of Manasseh Sogavare, but not for political reasons I hasten to add.

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Congratulations Freda!

1 MONTHS AGO

Dear Editor – On behalf of our families, relatives, friends and supporters, I would like to take this opportunity to congratulate you for your success in the recent National general elections for Vatud Constituency.

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The Sovereignty of God - God or Chance

12 DAYS AGO

In my article two weeks ago, I introduced the subject for our discussion the ‘sovereignty of God.’ Last week, we went on to looked at another important aspect of God’s sovereignty and that is the sustaining action of God in upholding and preserving His creation.

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Reasons for optimism in 2015

15 DAYS AGO
Reasons for optimism in 2015

EARLY January in Honiara is a good time to reflect on the previous year and think about the year ahead.

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Women’s group formed in Gao Bugotu

18 HOURS AGO

THE re-elected Member of Parliament for Gao Bugotu constituency, Samuel Manetoali has started to implement some of his plans for the constituency.

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Women acknowledge SIWIBA

1 DAY AGO

Members of the Solomon Islands Women in Business Association (SIWIBA) have acknowledged the association for its support in providing an avenue where they can venture into small business enterprises.

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Wesleyan leader returns from US seminar

8 DAYS AGO
Wesleyan leader returns from US seminar

A LOCAL reverend from the Wesley United Church in Vela La Vela in the Western Province has attended a two-week seminar in the United States of America last week.

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AOG ministry leaders to be commissioned

12 DAYS AGO

NEWLY elected church leaders of the Calvary Temple Church, Assembly of God (AOG), will be commissioned on Sunday.

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Youth@Work – Prep in progress

18 HOURS AGO

2015 sees the Youth@Work program starting off full speed, with the first week beginning with registrations for the next phase of interns for the program, phase 6, with an orientation program, Thursday.

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Kopere back with third video

23 DAYS AGO
Kopere back with third video

KOPERE band from Isabel Province is launching its third video album this month.

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Key Dates

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