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Govt prioritises new electoral legislation

Govt prioritises new electoral legislation

The Democratic Coalition for Change (DCC) Governme...

Singapore trip dubbed ‘worthwhile’

Singapore trip dubbed ‘worthwhile’

The recent visit by a high level delegation to Sin...

North Malaita tourism lauds visit

North Malaita tourism lauds visit

THE North Malaita Tourism Association (NMTA) has a...

Youth learn the basic of Business

Youth learn the basic of Business

Forty three young entrepreneurs are on their way t...

Modern highway commence soon

Modern highway commence soon

THE construction of modern highway road will comme...

PM under pressure

PM under pressure

Party wrangling shakes DCC, source revealed

Bita’ama turns dolphin criticisms into optimism

Bita’ama turns dolphin criticisms into optimism

THEY were criticized and condemned internationally...

Ms Santos: Scale up the fight

Ms Santos: Scale up the fight

The visiting Special Representative of the UN Secr...

Vanuatu mission dubbed a success

Vanuatu mission dubbed a success

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SETTING

Oceania proud of our hockey

The Oceania Hockey Federation has expressed gratitude to the news of Solomon Isl...

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SETTING

News

Fu guilty

20 MINS AGO

The Taiwanese national who was on trial for two counts of intimidation charges has been found guilty of one of the charges.

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Man denies allegations

21 MINS AGO

A man facing various criminal charges has denied all the allegations against him when he appeared in the Honiara Magistrates’ Court on Wednesday.

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Air Niugini to link Vanuatu, PNG

2 HOURS AGO

PORT VILA, ( VANUATU DAILY POST) - A bilateral deal negotiated between New Guinea and Vanuatu in the corridors of the PALM 7 meeting in Japan may get into air shortly.

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We’re not broke: PNG finance Minister

2 HOURS AGO

PORT MORESBY, (POST COURIER) - Papua New Guinea New Guinea is not broke – that’s official and from Finance Minister James Marape.

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Eco lodge in Rendova is an untouched island paradise

1 DAY AGO

SOMEWHERE in the Solomon Islands lies a place that remains unscathed by time – or tourists.

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Biggest ever Australian travel promotion wraps up

1 DAY AGO

Wrapping up the biggest ever Solomon Islands promotional campaign in Australia, Solomon Airlines and the Solomon Islands Visitors Bureau have hailed the week-long travel industry road show industry update series in Queensland and NSW a major success.

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Sports

Two matches set for womens rugby 10s

1 HOUR AGO

The Womens Rugby 10s Competition continues today with two great matches set down for Panatina field this afternoon.

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KOSSA remains atop as Warriors slid two spots

1 HOUR AGO

The chase for the 2015 Honiara Football Association League (HFA) title for the premier division may have experienced some movements in the team positions but KOSSA remains in charge of the lead.

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Nauru produces world's strongest man

13 DAYS AGO

YAREN, (DIGICEL) - Nauru’s world champion powerlifter, Jezza Uepa, set a new world record at the recent 2015 Pacific Invitational championships in Australia.

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All The Best, Semi: Ryan

13 DAYS AGO

LONDON, (FIJI SUN) - Vodafone Fijian 7s star Semi Kunatani has signed a two-year deal with France club, Toulouse.

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Viewpoint

Urgent need to police the common border

7 DAYS AGO

The need for police and immigration presence at our common border with neighbours Papua New Guinea is urgent than even.

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Council must clean up its backyard

14 DAYS AGO
Council must clean up its backyard

SOMETHING is not right within the Honiara City Council.

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Denominational barriers in SI

1 HOUR AGO

Dear Editor - It is quite disgusting and very provoking to learn of the so many arguments going on for more than 3 weeks regarding the Law & Grace Theology between the two theologians.

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Thank you MP Auga

1 HOUR AGO

Dear Editor – Please publish this in your editorial section. The Member of Parliament for Lau Mbaelelea (Hon. Augustine Auga) is one of the MPs who realises investing in human resources as a priority.

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The surface and our traditional governance systems

1 DAY AGO

The World’s biggest ship of its time the Titanic, was sent to the depths of the North Atlantic Ocean in April 1912 after it struck an ice-berg beneath the water surface.

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Service – Its Proper place

1 DAY AGO

Welcome to our continuing discussion on this important subject of “Worship.” In the past few weeks we looked at why worship is important and the various aspects we need to know to enrich our worship of God. This week we will look at another important aspect of worship and that is “Service – Its Prop...

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Features

Councillor Aruhane assists Koa Hill women’s club

51 MINS AGO

A women’s centre group at Koa Hill in the Vavaya ward has received assistance from their Councillor.

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Agreement kicks off ending violence against women activities

2 HOURS AGO

A new agreement between Solomon Islands’ Ministry of Women, Youth, Children and Family Affairs (MWYCFA) and UN Women will see the two partners supporting the implementation of the country’s new Family Protection Act through the creation of a national resource group on gender equality and ending viol...

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Grand feast day celebration in Buma Catholic Church

1 DAY AGO

Veni Santo Spiritus was celebrated in style by the Holy Spirit Parish at Buma Catholic Church last Sunday.

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Keava region youth leaders ready to deal with youths

1 DAY AGO

YOUTH leaders in the Keava region, Anglican Diocese of Malaita have successfully completed three-day training on mind-management.

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Sharzy to perform in DWU

1 DAY AGO

LOCAL talented musician known as Sharzy will perform at the Solomon Islands Student Association (SISA) night at the Divine Word University (DWU) campus in Madang this coming Saturday - 30th May.

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Youth@Work interns graduate

13 DAYS AGO

Over 160 “exceptional” interns graduated from the Youth@Work program yesterday.

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Key Dates

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