NATIONAL

“Vote for your life” – Lydia Yeo
“Vote for your life” – Lydia YeoVOTING in any election is as crucial as casting votes wisely because voting outcomes impact the lives of voters and the wider society, says Lydia Yeo. Lydia is a naturalized Solomon Islands citizen of...

BUSINESS

Public Servants receive 3 percent COLA
Public Servants receive 3 percent COLAThe Ministry of Finance and Treasury, confirmed that all Civil Servants this week received their 2024 Cost of Living Adjustment (COLA) increment of 3% in their salaries.  This includes about 5,290 es...
April 13, 2024News, News - Business

SPORT

Silisia books spot for Australasia title
Silisia books spot for Australasia titleAUSTRALIA-based Solomon Islands Professional boxer Lemuel Silisia has won his bout against Indonesia’s Bima Prakosa last Saturday night at Bad Intentions 9 in Gunnedah Town Hall New South Wales (NSW...
April 15, 2024Sports, Sports - National

RELIGION

Key figure in SI’s peace building process called to rest
Key figure in SI’s peace building process called to restA FORMER Bishop of the Anglican Church of Melanesia (ACOM) Diocese of Malaita, The Right Reverend Dr Bishop Terry Brown, has been called to rest over the Easter weekend in his home country of Canada. ...

WOMEN

“Vote for your life” – Lydia Yeo
“Vote for your life” – Lydia YeoVOTING in any election is as crucial as casting votes wisely because voting outcomes impact the lives of voters and the wider society, says Lydia Yeo. Lydia is a naturalized Solomon Islands citizen of...

ENTERTAINMENT

DONOVAN SHARES FIRST NATIONS MUSIC, CULTURE AND STORI
DONOVAN SHARES FIRST NATIONS MUSIC, CULTURE AND STORITHE Australian High Commission was proud to bring Kuku-Yalanji man Mr Jeremy Donovan, an Australian First Nations musician, artist, poet, public speaker, and educator to Solomon Islands from February ...