Market vendors working collectively to bring about positive change at Honiara Central Market

Market vendors from the Honiara Central Market Vendors’ Association (HCMVA) will work together to make the Honiara Central Market a safe, healthy and economically conducive workplace for all by strengthening communication with Market Management, representing market vendors’ needs and interests and identifying opportunities for market vendors to learn and develop new skills. The market vendors…

Noni oil supports family

ART Gallery in Honiara is busy this week with the hosting of the youth market. A number of youths and people are taking the opportunity to sell and promote their products. One of the mothers who also took the opportunity to promote her product is Hannah Akquilla, 44 from Kakara village in West Kwarae’e. At…

Police strengthens work with youths

The youth market which is currently underway in Honiara has given an opportunity for the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) to address youths with useful messages. Members from the police community policing team have been displaying information through presentations and sharing of crime leaflets and pamphlets to the youths for information purposes when the…

SolRice promotion a big hit

SolRice recently launched their biggest ever promotion, with prizes worth nearly a quarter of a million dollars to be won by consumers of SolRais 20 and 10kg products. The promotion started on the 2nd April and will run until the 30th of June. Consumers win cash by buying SolRais 20 kg nd 10kg packs, cutting…

Resellers ban in central market

The Honiara Central Market management says reselling of produce at the market is not allowed and against market ordinance. Master  Market Saxon Ofata revealed this on Tuesday following complaints raised by people claiming  resellers have ripped them off with the reselling of produce. A customer Dudley Seda said that many resellers in central market are…

Pacific islanders urged to reject PACER-Plus

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