Women concern over proposed mining

Women of Hunda village in Kolombangara, Western province have expressed fear over a proposed mining on the island. Lilly Dani an outspoken woman and a chairlady of the Leanabako tribe association said that they (women) are in great fear following news that an Australian has visited their village (Hunda) recently to conduct prospecting. Ms Dani…

Bringing Glory to God

The question for our meditation this week is “How do we bring Glory to God?” The Westminster Shorter Catechism rightly answers the question by saying, “Man’s chief end is to glorify God, and enjoy Him forever.” The person who fears God seeks to live all of life to the glory of God. The Apostle Paul…

Church survives harsh flood

THE St John Baptise chapel of Anglican is the only building that remains standing at Bitiama area at Koa hill after the flooding. All houses within the area were destroyed while the church building itself remained standing. The Solomon Star was able to cross to the other side of Mataniko River to where the chapel…

SIWIBA calls for support to victims

The Solomon Islands Women in Business Association or SIWIBA is calling for immediate relief donations from its members, business house hold firms, working organizations, communities, committees, individuals and the general public. This is to support the families who were affected from the recent cyclone which claim the lives and properties of families in Honiara. In…

J Boog concert postponed

Organisers have postponed the much-publicised performance by reggae star J Boog scheduled to happen in Honiara today. A statement from the Heritage Park Hotel said the decision was due to the bad weather condition experienced in the county causing all international flights to cancel. “The performance will not happen tomorrow (today),” the hotel said in…

Church halts programmes

White River South Sea Evangelical Church (SSEC) has cancelled all its programmes for today, assistant pastor Joseph Olofisau said. The church was flooded when the Whiter River stream over-flowed its banks, inundating homes, clinic, police station and community halls. Pastor Olofisau said their church building is now filled up with mud. “We are yet to…