Work on tallest building here further delayed

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Bahai New Year celebration

The Honiara Baha’i Community will be celebrating the Baha’I New Year this weekend. As such the Honiara Baha’i Community extends an invitation to the Baha’is, the friends of the Faith, and the general public to join in celebration. The event will take place this Saturday, March 21st at 10am, at the Baha’i Centre. The New…

Tooth-brushing awareness in schools

THE awareness program on tooth-brushing that was launched last month at Kukum Seventh Day Adventist School will be conducted at various schools in Honiara next week. The dental department within the Ministry of Health and Medical service in partnership with Colgate Palmolive Limited Fiji will be conducting the awareness in all primary schools around the…

Trade policy framework launched

THE country’s first trade policy framework has been officially launched in Honiara yesterday. The Minister for Foreign Affairs and External Trade Milner Tozaka launched it alongside the Pacific Islands Forum (PIF) Secretariat Secretary General Dame Meg Taylor. A statement from the Foreign Affairs and External Trade said, the framework lays out the main principles that…

Artists undergo training

FORTY-one percent of tourists that visit Honiara come to see culture and art in the country. This was revealed by Ministry of Tourism and Culture in a two-day workshop organised for local artists this week, at Art Gallery exhibition house. The workshop is part of Solomon Islands Artists Association (SIAA) 24th anniversary that is being…