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Landowners call for ...

July 19th, 2019
BUNGUSULE Customary Landowner Trustees on San ...

PM calls and takes ...

July 19th, 2019
  Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare (MP) has ...

LOGGERS BLAMED

July 19th, 2019
Solomon Water wants gov’t step in address water ...

GOVT’s $5M ...

July 18th, 2019
The Office of the Prime Minister and Cabinet ...

Moves to set up ...

July 18th, 2019
A UNITED States (US) based Youths for Human ...

Premier Sade wants ...

July 18th, 2019
The Guadalcanal provincial premier Francis Sade ...

Call to replace ...

July 18th, 2019
THE Aruligo bridge in North West Guadalcanal ...

In Court with ...

July 18th, 2019
* Medical report in Renbel murder sought* ...

Court refused ...

July 18th, 2019
THE court has again refused a second bail ...

Police probe fatal ...

July 18th, 2019
POLICE say they are investigating a fatal road ...

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  • 05
  • Nov

The Malaita Provincial Tourism Office has urged Alite reef landowners in Langalanga Lagoon, to reopen the renowned Alite reef, near Auki.

  • 05
  • Nov

Marking what he described as an eight month period of “progress and delivery” Solomon Airlines General Manager Operations and Commercial, Gus Kraus has handed down the airline’s report card at this week’s ‘Planning for SUCCESS – 2015’ national marketing meeting.

  • 04
  • Nov

A THREE days training on how to maintain solar panels and their accessories was held in Taro, Choiseul Province.

  • 04
  • Nov

Landowners disturbed by reports of takeover

  • 02
  • Nov

Green Tourism Solomon Island Ltd will inspect all accommodations in Taro, Choiseul province.

  • 02
  • Nov

A FOUR days life skills training will be conducted by the Green Tourism Solomon Island Ltd in Taro, Choiseul Province tomorrow.

  • 02
  • Nov

THE occupational permit granted to China United to carryout businesses according to a modified development plan by the company is unlawful.

  • 28
  • Oct

SPC: 'Freight rates are lower, the frequency of services to our countries is increasing and there is evidence that our people are happier with shipping services,’ says the Chair of the Central Pacific Shipping Commission, Thomas Heine, Marshall Islands Minister for Transportation and Communication, at the opening of the CPSC annual meeting held in the Suva office of the Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC) last week (21–23 October).

  • 28
  • Oct

A Four days tourism training funded by the Ministry of Culture and Tourism was held in Marau, East Guadalcanal over the weekend.

  • 28
  • Oct

St Barbara has warned that the tailings dam at its largely abandoned Gold Ridge mine in central Guadalcanal is at risk of being breached in the approaching wet season.

  • 28
  • Oct

Band South Pacific (BSP) has opened its 19th ATM in the country at the Family Market Pharmacy at Central Market, the country busiest and biggest market, Friday.