Peace ministry farewells Tarimae

The Ministry of National Unity Reconciliation and Peace (MNURP) last Friday farewelledtheir Caretaker Minister HypoliteTarimae and five SPC interns. Speaking at the farewell function hosted by ministry at Mendana Hotel, Permanent Secretary (PS) Lennis Rukale thanked the Caretaker Minister Tarimae for his contribution towards the ministry.  “In your four years in Parliament and as a…

SSEC women celebrate big day

The South Seas Evangelical Church (SSEC) women’s fellowship from the central church in Honiara celebrated their 50 years of golden jubilee over the weekend. The women’s fellowship coordinator Ms Rachel Hou said, the event was an important one for the women to remember the key founders (women) who began the ministry in the Church way…

Pray for One another

Welcome to our ongoing discussion on the ‘One another’ series in the New Testament.This week we will look at the twelve of the ‘one another’ sayings and that is to “pray for one another” (James 5:16). I believe that you have been blessed and encouraged by what we have already looked at in this series.…

Our very own first chocolate

The country’s first ever single origin premium chocolate is now out in the market after the first batch was produced in Australia last month. The breakthrough which was made by C-Corp Solomon Islands Limited has also seen local cocoa beans being recognised by chocolate producers. C-Corp Limited has been working on this project for the…

Varivao exports kava to US

Varivao Holdings Ltd has secured a new market in the United States (US) to sell its locally produced kava. Duddley Longamei the company’s managing director said this was made possible after months of conducting its own market research, initiatives and resources. “In order to reach this market it has costs us asubstantial amount of money…