Serve One Another, 3

Once again, I invite you to our continuing discussion on the ‘One Another’ sayings of the New Testament. This week we will look at the sixteenth of the ‘One Another’ sayings and that is to “Serve One Another” (Galatians 5:13). I will begin by telling a story about a man who had married for ten…

Customer strikes luck with Bemobile/Vodafone

The “Talk and Text” promotion Bmobile Vodafone introduced last month to allow its customers to subscribe to more talking time and texting is even better last week when Bmobile/Vodafone introduced the weekly give away $1000 shopping voucher. Adding more excitement to the “Talk and Text” promotion, Bmobile/Vodafone Solomon Islands has announced its first lucky winner…

Tourism operators in consultation

About twelve tourism operators in Malaita province attended a consultation meeting for the development of a five year Solomon Islands National Development plan last week. The consultation was held at the Rarasu Restaurant in Auki. The consultation meeting was funded by visitors’ Bureau and conducted by a local consultant in Malaita Province, Andrew Nihopara. The…

Another woman in top Fiji Sun role

FIJI SUN – Another woman has been appointed to a leading role at the Fiji Sun, publisher of the biggest newspapers in the Pacific Islands. It comes as the newspaper company invests in expanding its digital media presence. Fiji Sun Publisher/CEO Peter Lomas confirmed that Rosi Doviverata has been named Managing Editor/Digital, in charge of…

Solomon’s fashion week opens

SOLOMON Fashion week opened on Monday with a showroom of beautiful raiment and jewels, before Lady Grace Kabui unveil the banner of inauguration of Solomon Fashion week 2014. Proceedings were unveiled at the Art Gallery exhibition room with an impressive selection of designs from members of the Association of Solomon Islands In Creative Fashion, where…

Shock, horror at food bar attack

A man nearly had his left arm chopped off when he was attacked from behind while having a meal at the Kingsley Food Bar in Honiara, last Saturday. The incident brought chaos and horror inside the eating establishment just before lunch hour as other diners escaped for their lives. Eye-witnesses told the Sunday Star three…

Gov’t does not take family bill seriously, says judge

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