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  • 04
  • Feb


ETHNO New Zealand wrapped up their 10 day camp with performances at the Auckland folk Festival in Kumeu, west of Auckland on Sunday 27th January 2019. 

  • 03
  • Feb


SOLOMON Islands Democratic Party (SIDP) Leader Mathew Wale says Solomon Islands is suffering the consequences of its negligent leadership.

  • 03
  • Feb

THE current harvest period for Beche-de-mer in Solomon Islands will be ceased at the end of April.

  • 03
  • Feb


A ROYAL Australian Navy Hydrographic Ship HMAS Melville is visiting Honiara for her crew to conduct outreach activities with the community and host a number of functions from 1 to 5 February. 

  • 03
  • Feb


CARETAKER Prime Minister Rick Hou said the Millennium Challenge Corporation [MCC] threshold program will assist greatly towards the country’s development aspirations.

  • 03
  • Feb


The piles of uncollected rubbish in the streets of Auki have become an eyesore and concern for the general public.

  • 03
  • Feb


Youths engaged under the Gizo [email protected] branch are kicking off a two weeks community service work to tidy up Gizo town, commencing last Wednesday.

  • 03
  • Feb

Intending Candidates are reminded that the payment of Nomination Fees ($5000) will be made at the constituency level with returning officers.

  • 03
  • Feb


Stimulating Growth through Infrastructure Development

  • 03
  • Feb


ABC: Leaders of the Free West Papua movement have met in the PNG capital Port Moresby to stress their commitment to war against Indonesia.

  • 03
  • Feb


Coordinator of the Malaita province Community Lead Total Sanitation (CLTS), Tony Wale says the program has positively rolled out smoothly in the province.

  • 03
  • Feb


Journalists from the mainstream media in the country have completed their two days refresher election training in Honiara, Saturday.

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